WREXHAM have been given a breather following a gruelling start to the season but the games can't come quick enough for Jazzi Barnum-Bobb.

The Reds played five games in the opening fortnight of the season but there has been a respite with no midweek National League fixtures scheduled this week.

However, there is a Bank Holiday double-header to look forward to as Wrexham host Barnet on Saturday before heading to Hartlepool two days later, and Barnum-Bobb is looking to get back down to business with two wins.

"It is a rest but a full week of training and players prefer to play matches than train so you can look at it both ways," said Barnum-Bobb.

"You are talking about rest but we have got two games in the space of three days coming up.

"We will rest up, work hard and hopefully take six points.

"We are unbeaten in two games but we want to keep winning."

Wrexham came from behind to clinch a 1-1 draw at Notts County on Sunday.

The Reds weren't at their best and Barnum-Bobb was satisfied with a point under the circumstances.

"Every game we go into in this league, we want three points," said Barnum-Bobb.

"But sometimes when you finish a game like Notts County, you can accept a point.

"We are always hungry for three points so we are not going to say we are delighted but I think this is one we can take a point from as a fair result."

Barnum-Bobb, who played for Cardiff City and Newport County before spending last season at Chelmsford City, signed a one-year deal after impressing manager Bryan Hughes on trial in pre-season.

Not in the squad for the opening three games, Barnum-Bobb has started the last two matches and he hopes to stay there.

"It is early days but as a player you do set personal targets," said Barnum-Bobb.

"To get in the team is the first one, the second one is to stay in the team as long as you can.

"That is two on the spin now and hopefully many more to come.

"I was happy to secure a deal after my pre-season performances.

"Now it is business time and two games in, now is when I want to start putting the performances in and showing everyone what I can do."

Barnum-Bobb helped 10-man Wrexham beat Halifax 1-0 on his debut before the County stalemate, and the 23-year-old is pleased with his early displays in a Reds shirt.

"I was delighted with the game against Halifax. A clean sheet with 10 men, I was really happy to get in," he added.

"It was a different game against Notts County. It was a compliment to us that they changed their team and went a bit more defensive to try and stop our threats.

"Myself and James Jennings got forward a lot against Halifax, this game wasn't as attacking, but it was another good performance and hopefully many more to come."