ANTHONY FORDE savoured his goal against Yeovil Town on his first Wrexham start for nearly two months.

Forde had been absent since the end of February because of personal problems but after appearing as a second half substitute in Saturday's 0-0 draw at Barnet, was back in the side for the huge showdown with Yeovil Town at The Racecourse.

Operating as the left wing-back rather than on the opposite flank Forde broke the deadlock on the hour mark, scoring his third goal of the season with a deflected shot from outside the area.

After James Jones doubled the Reds' lead, leading scorer Paul Mullin made it 3-0 with his 45th goal of a remarkable campaign and Forde joked about how jealous he is of the prolific striker.

"I don't score much so it was amazing when I scored," said Forde.

"I said coming in that getting that feeling when you score a goal, Mulls is a lucky man because he gets to feel it a lot of times!

"He's been absolutely brilliant, I think everyone knows that, and he is a pleasure to play with."

Forde thanked people for the support he has had during a difficult period for him and his family.

"It has been a bit of a crazy period for me and my family," added Forde.

"But I have had amazing support and to get back out there, and get a goal, really felt good."