IT was a frustrating season for Jordan Davies on a personal note but the midfielder has vowed to put it behind him and do everything he can to get back into Phil Parkinson 's plans.

The 25-year-old was restricted to just two starts in League Two, with another 23 appearances coming off the substitutes bench, as the Reds finished runners-up to secure a second promotion in a row for the first time in the club's history.

Opportunities were limited for Davies, who scored four goals in all competitions, but he is focussed on the future and will aim to impress Parkinson when the players return for pre-season training ahead of the new League One campaign which kicks-off in August.

"That's football," said Davies, who hails from Coedpoeth. "I was frustrated that I picked up little injuries along the way but I was fit for most of the season.

"When I was called upon. I tried to do my best but I didn't really have the run of games that I would have liked to have seen myself in the best light.

"I will get myself in the possible shape and have another good pre-season, hopefully get a couple of goals and get in the manager's eye ready for League One.

"I have had three years with the gaffer so he understands my game and he understands my strengths.

"Hopefully I can bring them to the forefront in League One."

Davies struggled to get into the side because of the form of playmaker Elliot Lee who scored 16 goals and was the only Wrexham player who featured in all 46 league matches.

There is no shortage of competition for a place in midfield but Davies refuses to be downbeat.

"That's part and parcel of being at Wrexham," he said.

"The competition is so strong that you just have to keep driving and pushing yourself every day, and it is only going to make you better.

"Everyone is coming in pre-season to give it a right go, challenge and push each other."

Davies, who previously helped Wrexham clinch the National League title following a record-breaking 2022-23 season, didn't get as much game-time as he wanted in League Two but he contributed to another promotion.

The success story has continued at The Racecourse and with Wrexham back in League One for the first time in 19 years, Davies, a former academy graduate who returned to his hometown club in the summer of 2020 after leaving Premier League outfit Brighton, is looking forward to the challenge of playing at a higher level.

"It's the only division that I haven't been at a club that it's been in," said Davies, who is under contract at Wrexham until the summer of 2025.

"I am excited about next season.

"I think League One is a bigger jump than the National League to League Two but we will have a good pre-season, prepare ourselves the best we can and give it a right go."