JORDAN DAVIES says the best is yet to come from Wrexham.

Promoted as National League champions following a record-breaking 2022-23 campaign, Phil Parkinson's men are well placed after 12 League Two outings.

Saturday's hard-fought 1-0 win at Crawley Town took the Reds up to seventh position, four points behind leaders Notts County.

Wrexham are heading in the right direction after a slow start but Davies insists the Reds are a long way from peaking.

Ahead of tomorrow's clash with Salford City at The STóK Cae Ras, the midfielder said: "Pre-season out in America probably wasn't ideal with the schedule.

"Paul Mullin's injury had a psychological effect on the team because you lose your top scorer.

"But we are getting people back fit, getting people back in form and I think the best is yet to come this year."

Wrexham secured back-to-back draws at Mansfield (0-0) and at home to Crewe (3-3) before clinching victory against Crawley.

Davies says there are a lot of positives to take after emerging unbeaten from the hat-trick of fixtures against teams in the top-eight.

"It was a good week," said Davies, who hails from Coedpoeth.

"We know where we can improve but defensively, it was nice to keep two clean sheets away from home.

"That is something to build on at home and we will be raring to go on Saturday.

"There are a lot of teams going for the league so every game is massive."

Although currently mid-table, Salford are expected to challenge for promotion again this term and Parkinson is looking forward to the showdown.

"We just need to keep going," added the Reds' boss.

"Salford are another team who are expected to be right up there and it is going to be a cracking game.

"They have invested a lot of money in that squad over the years, they have tried everything to get out of this division."