MARK HARRIS believes having a whole season to showcase his talent at Wrexham can only boost his chances of earning more opportunities with Cardiff City.

The 20-year-old striker, who can also play on the wing, has joined the Reds for the 2019-20 campaign from the Championship outfit where he has made two league appearances.

Having previously had spells on loan at Newport County and Port Vale, the Wales under 21 international is looking to make the most of his time at Wrexham and hopes it won't go unnoticed by Cardiff, where he is out of contract next summer.

"I want to make an impact and show what I can do," said Harris.

"Hopefully Cardiff see that and it can lead to getting a new contract and playing for them in the future.

"But I am just thinking about what I am going to do for Wrexham first; score goals, make goals and see what happens from there.

"I have got a full season now to get my head down and work as hard as I can every day in training.

"Put 110 per cent in and when I play in the games, show the gaffer and everyone what I can do."

Harris, currently the only loan signing in Bryan Hughes' squad, has been made to feel welcome by his Reds team-mates.

"They have been very good," added Harris.

"Since the minute that I walked in, they have all been welcoming and I have made friends early on.

"Living in the house as well, I have been with a few of the lads every day so it has been good so far so hopefully it carries on."