THE Racecourse has certainly been home sweet home for Wrexham this season.

Phil Parkinson's side have scored more league goals at home than any other team in the top four tiers.

Wrexham thrashed visitors Morecambe 6-0 on Saturday to take their League Two tally to 33 goals at the north Wales stadium.

That is eight more than Ipswich Town who are second in the list with 25 strikes in the Championship at Portman Road.

Aston Villa, Bolton, Swindon and Notts County are next in the list with 23 league goals on their own territory.

The goals are flying in but Wrexham are also picking up results.

Since losing 5-3 at home to MK Dons on the opening day of the campaign, the Reds are unbeaten in nine league games at The Racecourse, registering seven wins and two draws.

Although Wrexham found their shooting boots against Morecambe, Parkinson was also pleased to keep a clean sheet.

The Reds leaked goals earlier in the season and Parkinson admits his side are often left exposed at the back because of the attacking football they play, so he was looking to strike the right balance. 

"It was an emphatic victory for us against Morecambe and a very high standard in some of out football," said the Reds' boss.

"We are a very front-foot, attack minded team and the scorelines will suggest that over the last two-and-a-half years.

"When you do that, you always run the risk of leaving yourselves a bit exposed but that's the way we play.

"Clean sheets are important for us but our fans have become used to seeing us playing attacking football and closing down high up the pitch.

"Early in the season we did that and we got punished; now we have addressed the balance of that and even though it was a 6-0 win, myself and the staff will go away and look at it and make sure that we look at areas we can get better."