PHIL PARKINSON wants more of the same when Wrexham return to action against Dagenham and Redbridge at The Racecourse tonight.

The National League cancelled all fixtures on Saturday - including Wrexham’s home game with Maidenhead United - following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

It is 10 days since the last outing when the Reds overcame Dorking 5-0 to register a fourth victory in a row and stay second in the table.

Parkinson welcomed the fact his side have managed to pick up wins when not playing at their best this season but he was pleased with the performance against Dorking and he wants a repeat of the display and another three-point return this evening.

"We are getting there," said Parkinson, who has seen Wrexham take 16 points from the opening seven games.

"We have had some really good performances like at Dorking, some not so good but we have still managed to get the victories. That is the key.

"Sometimes you have got to make sure that you win when you don't play at your best and we have done that in a couple of games early in the season, but I felt at Dorking we showed good signs that we are clicking into gear.

"The all-round display down at Dorking was pleasing and we are looking to continue that form on Tuesday."