CARLOS Edwards had the Grimsby Town defence dancing to the Calypso beat when Wrexham won 3-1 at Blundell Park in January.
Now the Dragons' Trinidad and Tobago international aims to repeat the trick when the sides go head to head at the Racecourse on Saturday (March 6).
The Mariners couldn't contain Edwards during the recent 3-1 victory on Humberside, with the flying wingback setting up all three of Wrexham's goals.
'It was a good night for me and a good night for the team. 'Creating all three goals was nice and it was a great result for us. But we won't be underestimating Grimsby this weekend, especially after their result on Saturday,' said Edwards.
The Mariners, who have sacked player-manager Paul Groves since their last meeting with the Dragons, defeated Barnsley 6-1 at the weekend, with former Everton striker Phil Jevons scoring four goals.
Wrexham, meanwhile, were busy battling out a 1-1 draw with Rushden and Diamonds at the Racecourse. Edwards, 25, opened the scoring with his fourth of the season on 20 minutes, but his goal was cancelled out 10 minutes later by Rodney Jack.
'It was good to get a goal but, to be honest, I should have scored more this season,' admitted Edwards. 'Considering the positions I get myself into, I should have at least 12 or 13.
'I'm an attacking wing-back so I always look to get forward and score. I'm aiming for double figures for the season and hopefully I'll get there.
'If the rest of the team can score a few goals too, it takes the pressure off the strikers.'
Saturday's point kept the Dragons in the thick of the race for the play-offs and the result was welcomed by manager Denis Smith, who adopted an attacking 4-3-3 formation.
'I felt we needed a shake-up after losing our previous two matches,' said Smith. 'For the fans I wanted to show we were going out there with serious intent and I also wanted to get over to the players that we needed to score.'
Darren Ferguson and Denis Lawrence missed the Rushden clash due to suspension but are now eligible to play again. Tuesday's match at Oldham Athletic was postponed due to a frozen pitch, so Brian Carey and Stephen Roberts will sit out this week-end's Grimsby game through suspension. Wrexham will not be making their annual pre-season trip to the Isle of Man in July.
The Dragons have been regular visitors to the Isle of Man International Festival Football over the past 15 years, winning the trophy four times.
But the Manx football authorities have decided not to invite Denis Smith's side for this year's tournament.
'It's a strange one,' said Racecourse chief executive David Rhodes. 'The reason we were given was that they want to improve the standard of the competition by inviting teams from a higher level.
'But then they've invited Bristol Rovers and Carlisle, who could even be in the Conference next season.'