Wrexham defender Manny Smith is convinced the Dragons will continue to keep the back door shut as they prepare for Saturday's visit of Guiseley.
"We aim for a clean sheet every game. We always aim to keep the back door shut and build from there because if we do keep clean sheets then all we need is half a chance and the goals will come." said Smith.
Saturday's opponents Guiseley come in to the game with a new manager but have only won once so far this campaign back on August 19th, a 3-2 home victory over bottom side Torquay United.
"There's no easy games in this league. If you look at everyone's positions in the table, teams are in false positions. From first to fourteenth there is only four points in it, so a couple of wins and people can change positions quickly".
Manny referred to Guiseley's new manager Paul Cox and he think's this introduction to the Yorkshire club will give them a big boost as they look to change their fortunes.
"With Guiseley getting a new manager in all the players will want to impress and want to play. Every one of their players will raise their game, especially with them coming to the Racecourse. It's a chance for Guiseley to put on a performance in front of so many people. The Racecourse is a place to shine. So everyone tends to raise their game to try and beat the Wrexham's of the league. We just have to keep believing and picking up points" he said.
Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Hartlepool United marked 100 games in a Wrexham shirt for the centre-half who say's there is more to come.
"I keep myself fit. I take every game as it comes and it would be nice to get another 100 under my belt".