BOBBY GRANT has vowed to continue giving Wrexham supporters something to cheer about and wants to build on the opening day win by beating Boreham Wood tonight.

The Reds head to Meadow Park on the back of Saturday's 2-1 win over Barrow, Bryan Hughes' side coming from behind to clinch three points thanks to second half goals from JJ Hooper and Grant.

Grant, by his own admission, had a disappointing first campaign at The Racecourse but enjoyed a productive pre-season and the striker is keen to pick up where he left off at the weekend.

"Second half especially, I felt the fans were behind me straight away," said Grant.

"But it is down to me to give them things to scream and shout about.

"I have come back and I am ready for this season; the goals will keep flowing, I am 100 per cent confident in that, and hopefully I can give them a lot more to sing about in the coming weeks.

"First and foremost, I want the team to win but it is all about being ruthless and I want to score every single game."

Grant scored with a back-post header from Hooper's cross and he praised his fellow striker.

"I will always back myself to score," said Grant.

"JJ has hung one at the back post and it was too good of a ball for me to miss.

"If I'd have missed I think he would have taken my head off in the dressing room because it was an outstanding ball!"

Wrexham trailed at the break following a disappointing performance but Grant felt the players showed just what they are capable of in the second half.

"Half-time came and we had a few strong words with each other in the dressing room but I thought we were absolutely outstanding second half," said Grant.

"We dominated the game and it could have been a lot more.

"That's the standard that we have set throughout pre-season for the season to come and that is what we want to do to teams.

"Now it is whether we can do it for longer periods in the first half and I am sure we will.

"We have got the attacking players to go and destroy teams at this level.

"The manager has given us the freedom to play so it is up to us now to take responsibility ourselves, get further up the pitch and make things happen.

"Second half we did that."

Grant knows Boreham Wood, beaten 2-1 at Torquay on the opening day, will provide a tricky test but he is focussed on leaving with another win.

"We need to go there with a mentality that we are going there to win," said Grant.

"We are not going there just to take a point, we are going there to beat them and if we want to get promoted out of this league, you have got to have the mentality where you are going to beat everyone you play against.

"That is the mentality the manager has put in the dressing room."