MIKE FONDOP is not concerned about his mini goal drought and insists Wrexham continuing their impressive start to the season is more important.

The striker struck five times in the opening six games but has not scored in the last four matches.

Wrexham have shown they are not reliant on Fondop for goals, the Reds taking 21 points from a possible 30 to sit second in the National League.

Fondop insists there is more to his game than just goals but feels he won't have to wait too long before he is back on the scoresheet.

"I am not worried at all," said Fondop. "As a striker it sometimes happens.

"There are times when you are looking for a goal or two but they don't come.

"The most important thing is not to put pressure on yourself and I am trying not to do that.

"I am optimistic the goals will come back and the thing is to not only score. Do you help the team? Yes.

"The gaffer wants me to work hard for the team and if there are other people who can score goals as well, then it relieves pressure off me as well."

Fondop was among the goals at the end of last season when he helped Halifax Town avoid relegation and he continued that form in pre-season for Wrexham before his flying start to the campaign.

Helping Wrexham register another win against Ebbsfleet United at The Racecourse on Saturday in the main aim, although Fondop would like to get back among the goals.

"Halifax was a different story but it was a good one, helping them beat relegation," said Fondop.

"I came to Wrexham and started well from pre-season going into the season, it was really amazing.

"I am just focussed on trying to get three points in every game, not one, but it would nice to score on Saturday."

Fondop has hit the ground running for Wrexham and he feels he has become a marked man.

"I am the targetman and you can imagine other teams might think I am a dangerman," said Fondop.

"I reckon the defenders have probably been told to keep tight to me.

"From the games I have watched back, when I have the ball you see two or three defenders on my back.

"Even if we play a bottom team, it is not easy because they know I am a dangerman.

"The man-marking is a bit more serious and more tougher but at the same time that helps the team."

Fondop knows Ebbsfleet, who reached the play-off semi-finals last season and currently sit mid-table, will be no pushovers but he is focussed on Wrexham continuing the winning habit.

"We had a target number of points that we had to get in the first 10 games and luckily we passed that target so it is a good start to the season," added Fondop.

"I said that to be able to be promoted we have to start winning early doors so it is a good thing we have started well. We just have to keep the momentum going.

"If we can get 30 points out of the next 10 games that would be very good but obviously we know we might have a couple of bad games.

"Ebbsfleet did not really start the season like they usually do but they are not a bad team.

"We are playing at home and we are going into it looking for three points."