THERE was some dispute who should be credited with Wrexham's equaliser against Halifax but James Jones was not going to be denied his first goal for the club.

Phil Parkinson's side were trailing 1-0 at The Shay when Jones' drive from an acute angle eight minutes from time found the back of the net and put the Reds back on level terms.

Jones admits his shot could have taken a touch off a Halifax player but the midfielder, who arrived at The Racecourse from League One side Lincoln City in August, was adamant it was his name that went down on the scoresheet with Wrexham going on to secure a dramatic 2-1 victory thanks to Paul Mullin's stoppage time strike.

"It was definitely my goal," said Jones.

"I ran in behind, Jordan Davies played me in and I just tried to hit it hard and low across the box and it has caught the goalkeeper out near post.

"I think it might have taken a slight touch but I am claiming that.

"They all count and I am really happy to get off the mark.

"I want to chip in with goals and assists.

"I will always give 100 per cent, run, put myself about and do whatever it takes to help the team win, but it is always nice to get on the scoresheet.

"I think it has been coming but I am delighted to score and most importantly, get three points."

Wrexham's strong finish was completed when leading scorer Mullin bagged his 11th goal of the season.

"To score in the last minute like that, it is one of the best ways to win a game," added Jones.

Wrexham, up to eighth in the National League, return to action against fourth placed Bromley at The Racecourse on Saturday.

The Reds are unbeaten at home but the last three games have ended in draws with Parkinson's side failing to score more than once in a match at their iconic north Wales stadium.

Jones admits the onus is on Wrexham to find a way to break teams down when they defend in numbers.

"We are unbeaten at home but we know ourselves it has been disappointing," said Jones.

"We want to turn some of those draws into wins.

"It is hard sometimes when teams come and sit off us and play for a draw but it is on to break teams down.

"We have got to carry some of this form and momentum into the two home games, and keep climbing the table."

Wrexham have attracted bumper home crowds this season but Jones insists playing in front of thousands of expectant supporters is not a hindrance.

"There are big crowds and big expectation levels but whatever club you are at - especially at home - there is always going to be expectations you have got to meet," added Jones.

"You have got to take that on the chin as players and not it affect you.

"We have just got to go and play our game and make sure we pick up the points."