Wrexham midfielder Sam Wedgbury wants to put Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Macclesfield Town right when we make the long trip to Maidenhead United on Tuesday.
The former Forest Green and Stevenage middle-man made his Wrexham debut in the weekend's loss and wants to bounce straight back during our midweek clash at York Road.
"We’ve obviously got to put the result right, we should have got at least a draw today but I thought second half we were a lot better and there’s no better way to go than Tuesday night where we can surprise them."
Wrexham fell behind early in the first-half when Noe Baba's strike beat goalkeeper Chris Dunn, but the Dragons couldn't force their way back into the match.
"I think we started slowly, we’re still gelling together and I know that’s not an excuse but we are, so fingers crossed we go into the next few games how we did the first twenty minutes of the second half against Macclesfield where we’ll be right up for it."
Wedgbury, who won promotion to the Football League in May via the play-offs with Forest Green Rovers isn't just looking at the next week, but the season as a whole.
"It’s a long old season, it would have been nice to have got the first win on the board but we’re all together and stay on board to put it right on Tuesday.
"No team is easy at this level, even those later on this season near the bottom of the league. It’s a difficult league to get out of and it’s tough week in week out. Teams are up for it especially when they come to the Racecourse with five or six thousands fans who are up for it, we’ve just got to learn from the weekend and kick-on for Tuesday."
Sam touched on the great support shown on the weekend with over 6,100 supporters turning out to watch the disappointing loss, but that support has stuck with the players.
“The fans have been brilliant, the attendance was a testament to them really I just wish we could have got a result on Saturday for them, but there will be plenty of highs this season we can give them".