MARK HARRIS won’t dwell on the disappointment of Wrexham failing to make it back-to-back wins with the striker focussed on returning from Dover Athletic with three points tomorrow.

The Reds, who beat Barrow 2-1 on the opening day of the season, led 2-0 at Boreham Wood on Tuesday after Harris opened his account for the club and fellow striker Bobby Grant bagged his second goal in two games.

However, the Wood scored two late goals to snatch an unlikely point, the second coming in added time, but Harris prefers to look forward rather think about the past and the frontman wants to continue the unbeaten start with victory at The Crabble Ground.

“It feels like a loss but we want to bounce back, we are going straight for the win against Dover,” said Harris. “It will be all guns blazing for Dover.

“We have got to take the positives from Tuesday which we will. It is a great bunch of lads here and we have just got to look forward to Dover, and get the three points.

“We haven’t lost, we scored two goals away from home, should have won but go into Dover hoping to get three points.”

It was bitter-sweet for Harris who scored his first goal for Wrexham since joining on a season-long loan deal from Cardiff City in the summer.

“Obviously it is great to get off the mark with my first goal but it is the three points we all want at the end of the day,” said Harris.

“I thought we did well up to 75-80 minutes; we moved the ball and even coming away to Boreham Wood we were the better team.

“It is a bitter-pill to swallow conceding two goals right at the end.

“Being two-goals up we should see the game out."

Harris converted a Devonte Redmond cross after the midfielder ran onto Mark Carrington’s ball into the channel to complete a well worked move.

“The gaffer is always onto us about patterns of play and moving the ball,” said Harris.

“Carra joining in wide and Devonte making runs into the channels and luckily it showed on Tuesday, and I got a goal from it so even better for me.

“We are creating chances, the front three are all working together and the more chances we create, the more goals we are going to score.

“We just need to put them in the back of the net and kill teams off quicker.”