Christian Dibble has said that Wrexham will be 'doing things right' ahead of our trip to Boreham Wood on Monday, as the Dragons look to make it six points from the Bank Holiday weekend.
Dibble made his home debut in Saturday's 1-0 victory over Woking and will be looking to continue that form at Meadow Park, as the Reds return to life on the road.
Speaking to the club website, the shot-stopper said "I’m very happy, I said last week after I made my debut that we needed to bounce back, and we have done.
"It feels like we’ve had a little bit of luck on our side, they hit the post from a corner, I feel like we should have been a little bit clinical in the final third where we had a few chances to make it three or four but we got the three points".
The son of former Wrexham and Wales goalkeeper Andy Dibble, Christian joined Wrexham in the summer having last played in the National League North for Nuneaton Town.
"It’s fantastic for me to keep a clean sheet on my home debut, the back four were fantastic and got the goal as well.
"We were all disappointed last week and we had to put it right today and we have done".
But for Dibble and the rest of the squad there is no time to dwell on the victory, with less than 48 hours until their next game following the final whistle against Woking.
"We’re eager to get out there on Monday and get another three points, to take six points away in two days would be fantastic, we’ll do things right, we travel down the day before and then get ready for the game on Monday.
"The previous three games we’ve lost we’ve been disappointed but after a good result against Woking we’re going to take that into Monday".
Dibble made his debut against Maidstone United after Chris Dunn pulled up in the warm-up and will now be looking to hold on to the number one spot.
"My hope it to play as many games as I can, I’m trying to play as well as I can each game, that’s all I can do".