JAMES JENNINGS is proud to be part of a solid Wrexham defence but the left-back is looking to make more of an impression at the other end of the pitch next season.

The Reds kept a club record equalling 26 clean sheets in 2018-19 and conceded just 39 goals in the National League - second only to champions Leyton Orient who shipped four fewer.

But despite challenging for promotion, Wrexham only scored 58 league goals with Shaun Pearson, Akil Wright, Mike Fondop and Stuart Beavon all finding the net six times to share the leading scorer award.

Jennings himself scored twice, although this was less than the four goals he chipped in with during the previous campaign.

Having put pen to paper on a new one year deal, Jennings is looking to weigh in with more goals when he starts a fourth season at The Racecourse.

"It does get mentioned quite a lot about the lack of goals but with three different managers and three different playing styles as well, that can all have an effect on it," said Jennings.

"It is a collective thing as well.

"The clean sheets that we got, the lads up top played a big part in that as well because we defend from the front so it is a collective thing when we get the clean sheets and likewise when we don't score enough goals because everyone has got to chip in.

"That is definitely going to be a target of mine next season - to add more goals to my game.

"I didn't get as many last season as I did the season before so that is going to be one of my objectives.

"Getting forward is one of the attributes that the gaffer does like of mine so hopefully I can continue that next season."