ANDY MORRISON would be perfect for the Wrexham manager’s job.

That’s the opinion of Cefn Druids boss Huw Griffiths, who believes his Cymru Premier counterpart, both pictured, has all of the right tools to help fire the Reds up the table.

A third win of the campaign on Saturday against Ebbsfleet lifted Wrexham, who sacked Bryan Hughes last week, out of the National League relegation zone.

But there is still plenty of work to do if Wrexham want to be part of the promotion picture at the end of the season - and Griffiths has backed the current Connah’s Quay Nomads’ boss for the vacant role.

“At present, he would be perfect for the job,” said Griffiths of Morrison. “His defensive record is very impressive and he would really sort them out.

“Yes, his style is not the purist in terms of football played, but that would come with time.

“The important thing is winning games of football and Andy knows exactly how to do that.

“When a team is down at the bottom end of the table it’s because they are conceding more goals than they are scoring and Andy is someone who can sort that out.

“I’m from Wrexham and I think he would be a wonderful appointment.”

Griffiths, who was assistant manager to Ian Rush at Chester City, believes Morrison becoming the new Wrexham boss would give the Cymru Premier a huge lift.

There is a stigma attached to the Welsh top-flight, but Griffiths feels the 49-year-old former Manchester City captain could help get rid of that.

“I would have liked Connah’s Quay or TNS to draw Wrexham in the Scottish Challenge Cup so people could see what the top teams are like,” continued Griffiths. “We played Wrexham in pre-season and lost, but they were further down the line than we were.

“But in general the Cymru Premier doesn’t have the best of reputations, but if you went to Scotland and asked teams and fans about Connah’s Quay and Andy Morrison they would be impressed.

“The Scottish teams Nomads have beaten have not always been impressed with the style of play, but he gets results.

“The league really needs someone like Andy to go and make an impact.

“Craig Harrison tried to go and prove himself at Hartlepool, but they had their issues. I don’t blame him for going, but it was always going to be difficult.

“If the next person to go and try their luck at a higher level it would be great for the Cymru Premier.”

Morrison remains second favourite to land the role at 7/4, behind Dean Keates, who is priced at 4/6.

Reds’ caretaker boss, Brian Flynn, below, who will lead Wrexham at Solihull Moors tonight, is 11/2.