PHIL PARKINSON praised the way his players have approached away matches and he is is looking for Wrexham to continue to continue the winning habit on their travels at Notts County on Sunday.

Wrexham have won six of their last seven league matches on the road, the latest on Tuesday where goals from Aaron Hayden and Bryce Hosannah sealed a 2-0 success against Altrincham which took the Reds up to third in the table.

"The run we have had, six out of seven wins away from home and the last defeat was the Maidenhead one which still hurts me," said Parkinson.

"The lads have shown good character and good mental strength on our travels because we have been to some challenging places and had some tough games thrown at us at different degrees, and we have met them all full on.

"We have got to keep doing that and I am confident we will."

Wrexham drew 1-1 against County, who are ninth in the standings, at The Racecourse back in August.

Despite dominating the first half, the Reds went behind against the run of play but Paul Mullin levelled after the break to earn a deserved point.

Parkinson wants a repeat of that performance from his side when the teams meet at Meadow Lane.

"They are a big club and a team fancied to be up there," said Parkinson.

"Going back to that early game in the season, I thought we were excellent and if we can reproduce a performance like that, we will give ourselves a great chance."