WREXHAM striker Jefferson Louis is adamant the Dragons can still get even better and continue their charge towards regaining their Football League status.
Louis, who notched his second strike of the season on Thursday against Oxford in Wrexham’s 2-0 win over the U’s, believes there is still a lot more to come from himself and his team-mates.
“As the games go by you can actually see there is still a lot more to come from this side,” Louis said. “It’s quite a new side with a lot of new lads coming in over the summer and it was going to take a little bit of time, but the gaffer definitely knows what he’s doing and the jig-saw is coming together all the time.
“It’s like anything it’s going to take time to bed in and players get used to your game and get to know your strengths, but it is all starting to come together.”
Louis endured a mixed evening on Thursday, missing a penalty and a host of other
chances against one of his 13 former clubs, before finally slotting home the decisive second goal with a spectacular strike from the edge of the area in the 90th minute to calm Dragons nerves.
“It was great to get on the scoresheet,” he added. “It would have been disappointing not to have scored, especially after missing the penalty in the first half.
“I had quite a few chances and the gaffer said to me ‘just keep going big man’ and I did and got the second goal.”
The win put Wrexham second in the Blue Square Premier table, although they have now played a game more than anyone else.
“I think losing at York has made us realise what we did wrong and made us realise what mistakes we have to correct and I think we have done that,” he added. “York was very much a reality check for us.”