LUKE SUMMERFIELD described Wrexham's away support against Notts County as "magnificent "- but the midfielder wasn't surprised to see fans turn out in huge numbers once again.

The National League clash at Meadow Lane was moved back 24 hours to Sunday but it didn't stop the red and white army from heading to Nottingham in their droves.

Nearly 1,600 supporters saw Wrexham go behind but Devonte Redmond scored an equaliser, and Summerfield was just disappointed the Reds were unable to reward the large travelling contingent with a win for their sterling efforts.

"We all know how good a following we have at the best of times but I think Sunday was magnificent," said Summerfield.

"The fans got us back in the game a little bit, it was a great atmosphere and it was just a shame that we couldn't get three points.

"The crowds we get at home are fantastic but the away following at the club is unbelievable and that showed on Sunday.

"Hopefully in a few more away games, we can get some points for them."

Summerfield, who played in the Football League for Plymouth Argyle, AFC Bournemouth, Leyton Orient, Cheltenham Town, Shrewsbury Town, York City, and Grimsby Town before joining arriving at The Racecourse in the summer of 2018, admits Wrexham's support compares favourably with his former clubs.

"I have played at Notts County with some big followings at other clubs and that was no different on Sunday" said Summerfield.

"The away following at this club is second to none; the fans are amazing at the best of times but the away following - especially with how much travelling we have got to do in this league and such long distances - is superb.

"Our away following has been amazing and hopefully that can continue."