'IF it isn't broken, don't fix it' is Bryan Hughes philosophy going into his first game as Wrexham manager.

The fifth placed Reds are just four points behind leaders Leyton Orient ahead of tomorrow's clash with Dagenham and Redbridge at The Racecourse.

Although he wants to impose his own style of play on the team in time, Hughes won't be making wholesale changes with Wrexham in the promotion mix, although he wants to address the lack of goals.

"It is important to reflect on how well we are doing," said Hughes. "Not come in and make too many changes.

"There is a long-term vision with regards to how I want to play but the critical part of this season is the next 15 games.

"I want to make sure all the work that has gone on beforehand, from Sam and from Graham, there will be parts of that the players know and understand, an identity, and the last thing I want to do is give them a whole new philosophy or game model with 15 games to go, I am not stupid enough to do that.

"From my point of view it is about finding the right formation to get the best out of them.

"Defensively we have got a fantastic record, we know we are struggling in the goals department so first and foremost is to try and get that front four or five, whichever way you want to look at it, into the right areas of the pitch where they can actually deliver and play with freedom.

"I want my players to play with freedom and express themselves, I don't want them to feel any pressure, especially when they go into that final third, and I'm sure the fans will enjoy that."

Hughes held his first training session yesterday and he said: "It went really well.

"I want that high intensity off the team going into Saturday and make The Racecourse a fortress.

"I want us to come out of the blocks firing at every opportunity so a lot of my training schedules will be high intensity so the players know exactly that's the style of play I want to play come Saturday."

Hughes has plenty of options as Wrexham aim to make it two wins in a row.

"The biggest challenge now is to keep them all happy," said Hughes.

"We have got a good sized squad, we have got plenty of strikers to choose from.

"It is about finding that right formula that is going to keep progressing this club forward.

"It is an exciting challenge, that is why I am here; I want to test myself, I want to test the players and make sure we get the right formula to take the club forward."