PAUL MULLIN wants Wrexham to give supporters "three points to shout about at home" and not just on their travels.

Phil Parkinson's side are unbeaten at The Racecourse this season but the last three games have ended in a draw and the Reds are yet to score more than one in a match at their iconic north Wales stadium.

The next two fixtures at at home, starting with tomorrow's visit of high-flying Bromley, and 11-goal leading scorer Mullin has identified areas for improvement.

"We need to express ourselves a bit more at home," said Mullin.

"Get on the front foot and get after teams like we do away from home.

"We have got to put teams to the sword.

"We need to play with less anxiety at home and hopefully Saturday we can start doing that, and give supporters three points to shout about at home."

Wrexham have won their last three away games, the latest victory coming on Tuesday when the Reds came from one-nil down to beat Halifax Town 2-1 at The Shay.

Although pleased to be picking points up on their travels, Mullin, whose stoppage time goal secured three points against the Shaymen, stressed the importance or matching those results on home territory to give the promotion challenge a boost.

"We are unbeaten at home but we would like it to be all wins," said Mullin.

"Obviously that is not going to be the case but we are going to try our best to get more points at home than away.

"It is the other way at the minute but we are going to try and turn that around and hopefully get just as many at home as we do away, and we will be alright.

"If you are not losing games it is a start.

"But if you want to get promoted from this league you have got to win more games than we have done at home so that is the aim for us.

"Start winning at home and try and keep winning away."

Although Halifax took the lead midway through the second half, James Jones levelled eight minutes from time before Mullin sealed a last-gasp win.

The Reds were cheered on by more than 1,200 supporters and Mullin hailed the excellent backing from fans that helped lift the players when Halifax went ahead.

"It's superb," said Mullin.

"They have been with us all year and we hope they keep coming because if we go 1-0 down, the fans are the ones who are getting us back on our feet.

"Sometimes out there you feel a bit deflated when you get a goal against you and you feel like you don't deserve it but the fans really lifted us after that, and thankfully we have repaid them and the scenes at the end were brilliant.

"But we have got to take that into Saturday now and give them something to shout about at home."