PHIL PARKINSON admits it’s a ‘great feeling’ knowing he has a striker in Paul Mullin who will take his chances and score crucial goals for Wrexham.

The Reds go into tomorrow’s home game against Bromley on the back of Tuesday’s 2-1 come-from-behind win at FC Halifax Town.

James Jones equalised with eight minutes remaining and leading scorer Mullin bagged his 11th goal of the season in added time to secure victory.

Mullin, who was League Two’s top scorer as Cambridge United celebrated promotion last season, supplied a cool finish and Parkinson always fancied his star striker would find the back of the net when he was presented with the late chance.

“At 1-1, we wanted to go and win the game and what a great finish from Mulls,” said Parkinson.

“I thought he was back to his best. He held the ball up, he challenged, he ran the channels and he got his rewards with his goal at the end.

“It was a terrific finish but when the ball fell to him, you really felt that it had a very good chance of going in the back of the net and it is a great feeling to have.”

Wrexham were backed by more than 1,200 travelling supporters at The Shay and star man Mullin, delighted to secure another away win, is now looking to pick up three points against Bromley at The Racecourse.

“It is great to come from 1-0 down,” said Mullin. “Our fans are brilliant and with their help we have been able to turn it around.

“To get the chance late in the game is brilliant.

“You hope that one comes when you have been playing so long, thankfully it came and I managed to score.

“It was a lovely feeling to score so late in the game, it is always the best when you score a late winner but now we have got to move onto Saturday and do it at home.”

On his own goal-scoring form, Mullin added: “I have just got to keep going. It’s been a good start.

“But as I said when I came here, it is about three points and we managed to get that.”