PHIL PARKINSON believes more players are finding their feet in League Two.

Although there's shortage of members in squad that have played in the fourth tier and above, such as Elliot Lee, James McClean and George Evans, some players like Jacob Mendy have never played in the Football League before while Ryan Barnett and Sam Dalby have limited experience.

Wrexham, promoted after winning the National League title in 2022-23, made a slow start to the season but Saturday's 2-0 win against Gillingham extended the unbeaten run to 11 games in all competitions and leaves the Reds second in League Two.

Parkinson feels players are stepping up and getting accustomed to life at at higher level.

"We have a combination of players, some have played above the level and some hadn't played at the level," he said.

"It's been enjoyable to see the team really gel over a period of time but also individuals really starting to show great belief and confidence they can operate at this level and hopefully above.

"You have seen players really finding their feet.

"Sam Dalby put in another really good performance against Gillingham, he has looked stronger and stronger the last few games.

"I am really looking forward to what lies ahead but the hard work of the group is paramount to us keep getting results."

Ollie Palmer put Wrexham ahead with just 57 seconds gone and Ben Tozer got the second goal after the break.

Parkinson, preparing for Saturday's trip to Accrington Stanley, says his players deserve credit for making it look so comfortable.

"The perception was it was a comfortable victory but we made it feel that way," said Parkinson.

"We executed what we set out to do on training pitch and games that are comfortable, a lot of hard work goes into those performances to make it feel like that.

"We were very pleased with the win because Gillingham are one of the bigger clubs in this division and we now go to Accrington looking to maintain the standards we have shown in recent away performances at Mansfield and Notts County."