PHIL PARKINSON wants Wrexham to match their away form at The Racecourse and put the visiting team under more pressure.

The next two games are at home, with tomorrow's clash against Bromley followed by Tuesday's showdown with Yeovil.

Although Wrexham are unbeaten at their iconic north Wales stadium, the last three matches have ended in a draw and the Reds have failed to score more than one goal in a game.

Tuesday's come-from-behind 2-1 success at Halifax Town was Wrexham's third away win in a row and Parkinson spelt out what he is looking for from his side back on home territory.

"We have got to find the key which unlocks the door at home and I really don't think we are far off it," said Parkinson.

"An early goal at the weekend would have opened the game up and I think it was a game we would have gone on to win.

"But it is up to us to find the solutions and build on the good form we have shown on our travels.

"We are unbeaten at home but we need to unlock the door and make sure that we put the opposition to the sword a little bit more at home, and put them under more pressure than we have done."

Tuesday's victory took Wrexham up to eighth in the National League and Parkinson is pleased with the away form.

"It is good," said Parkinson.

"We try and come away and take the game to the opposition and be as positive as we can, and it has paid dividends for us with the goals we have got on our travels."