JORDAN DAVIES says winning matches when Wrexham are not at their best bodes well for the rest of the season.

The Reds produced another amazing comeback at home to Salford City last Saturday, coming from two-nil down to triumph 3-2 with Steven Fletcher equalising in the 88th minute and Davies grabbing the winner 60 seconds later.

Although they came good at the end, Davies accepts Wrexham aren't firing on all cylinders yet.

But with Phil Parkinson's men unbeaten in five games and up to fifth in League Two, three points off top spot heading into tomorrow's clash with Bradford City at Valley Parade, the 25-year-old says getting results is all that matters and there is a lot more to come from the Reds. 

"We haven't fully clicked yet but we are three points off the top of the table," said Davies.

"That speaks volumes of us as a group.

"We are not in full-flight yet but we are grinding out results at the moment and long may it continue.

"Sometimes you are not going to be at your best but the desire and the hunger gets us through, and three points is three points."

There have been no shortage of fight-backs under Parkinson, particularly at The Racecourse, and Davies says the players never know when they are beat.

"We have got that never-say-die attitude that the gaffer has installed in everyone," said Davies.

"Everyone is fully at it until the very last whistle.

"It keeps happening at The Racecourse where we come back and I am delighted it happened again.

"We will go to Bradford looking for a better performance with the ball, and try not to let them have a 2-0 lead and have to comeback!"