KIERAN KENNEDY wants to make it two in a row with Wrexham.

The 25-year-old season has left Shrewsbury Town and joined the Reds until the end of the season.

Opportunities have been limited at the League One club who he joined in the summer after winning the National League title last season with Macclesfield Town, and Kennedy hopes to follow that up with a second successive promotion.

"I had a good year at Macclesfield and that has got to be the aim this season, to do it again with Wrexham, and I am looking forward to the challenge," said Kennedy.

"This time of the year is when teams kick on so hopefully we can do that.

"Wrexham are a big club and shouldn't be in this league so hopefully we can push on and get them back to where they belong in the league."

Kennedy, who has also played for Motherwell and AFC Fylde, is looking for more minutes on the pitch with Wrexham after featuring just once in the league for the Shrews and making five Football League Trophy appearances.

"When my agent told me about the opportunity I was delighted," added Kennedy.

"I have come here to hopefully play a bit of football.

"It just hasn't worked out for me at Shrewsbury, I have not had the game time I would like.

"Every footballer wants to play games so hopefully I can come here and do that.

"The lads have been playing well by the look of the table, I know it will be a challenge but hopefully I can kick on."