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The focus of this week's 'What The Media Say' is our 0-1 away victory over local rivals Tranmere Rovers. Down to 10 men after 13 minutes, Wrexham battled hard to take the points.
BBC Sport Wales took a look at the Tranmere game. They describe Chris Holroyd's shot fired home on 58 minutes as shocking the Prenton Park crowd.
Locally, the Leader reporter Richard Williams spoke to striker Chris Holroyd who dedicated his winning goal at Tranmere to the fans. He also caught up with club captain Shaun Pearson who said the togetherness at Wrexham AFC is a key element in Wrexham's push for promotion.
Meanwhile, Sam Wedgbury spoke about his red card on Saturday and has vowed to repay the manager when he returns from suspention.
For the Daily Post, reporter Rob Griffiths spoke to loan goalkeeper Luke Coddington after the win at Tranmere. He priased the character shown by the players to overcome the odds to take victory. He also spoke to manager Dean Keates who described his players performance as outstanding.
The Wrexham AFC Media Team's Mark Griffiths and James Harrison reviewed the Tranmere Rovers game in the final whistle podcast.