PHIL PARKINSON doesn’t want his players to dwell on Saturday’s disappointing goalless draw when they head to Halifax Town this evening.

Wrexham scored 11 goals as they registered big away wins at lowly Aldershot Town and King’s Lynn but the Reds drew a blank against Wealdstone on their Racecourse return at the weekend.

Parkinson insists his side will be raring to go at The Shay tonight as Wrexham head into a hectic schedule.

“The aim was to get us really up and running and to have a good, sound victory to back up what we’d done on our travels,” said Parkinson. “But it wasn’t to be. We need to look at the reasons for that before we go into the game at Halifax.

“We will dust ourselves down.

“I don’t want the lads to be too knocked that we haven’t won because games are drawn or won on very tight margins, and we had enough of those tight margin situations to be talking about three points.

“The games come thick and fast.

“We’ve just had a free week, now we go into a period where we have got games coming up Saturday- Tuesday but we are ready for that.”

Parkinson was delighted to see striker Jake Hyde make his comeback from a calf injury against Wealdstone, with the second half substitute going close to a winner.

“I am pleased to have Hydey back,” added Parkinson.

“He had a fantastic chance to win us the game, probably the key moment in the second period.

“But good to have him back and he will come on for those minutes.”