DENIS Smith says victory over Darlington tomorrow would be the perfect way to kick-start what could be a new era for the club.
The visit of the Quakers to the Racecourse Ground will be the first game the Dragons have played on their own patch since last week's historic High Court hearing.
The decision to strip controversial owner Alex Hamilton of the Mold Road stadium and hand it back to Wrexham's administrators has given Reds fans real belief their club can move out of the most traumatic period in it's 133-year existence.
Although Hamilton is seeking to appeal against the judgement, the ball is firmly back in the club's court.
Boss Smith, who continues to operate without a contract, was ecstatic with the verdict.
And now he wants his team to turn in a top performance against Darlington tomorrow, in front of what's expected to be a bumper home crowd.
Smith said: 'The decision is a massive step forward for the club as it takes away a lot of the uncertainty over our future.
'It's put us in a very strong position because the club has never owned the ground before, apart from the one day when the lease was transferred.
'I'm very happy for the supporters. It should be a good day on Saturday and we'll be looking to give them extra reason to celebrate with a win.'
The Racecourse ruling capped a memorable week for the manager, having been given a special award by Wrexham Erddig Rotary Club, as well as being inducted into the Official Supporters' Association Hall of Fame.
However, he has been less impressed with what's been going on out on the pitch.
His team were grateful to Andy Holt for rescuing a point at Peterborough United on Tuesday night.
More schoolboy defending looked set to cost them again, only for reigning Player of the Year Holt to make it 1-1 with two minutes to play.
The boot was on the other foot on Saturday though, as two goals in the dying moments gave hosts Bristol Rovers an unlikely 2-1 win.
Smith was livid after the game, although his mood had improved following the point at Posh.
He said: 'I know I've had a go at them recently but they are a great set of lads and they want to win. They know they are making mistakes but they are desperate to put it right.'
The draw means Wrexham's winless run on the road now stands at eight games.
But given their superb home form, they sit only two points off the play-offs in 11th.
Lying two places above them are tomorrow's visitors Darlington, who have not won on their travels since August.
Smith will have to make a change to his midfield-trio for the first time this season, as Mark Jones serves a one-match ban.
Returning hero Juan Ugarte, who rejoined the club on a one-month loan deal last Thursday, is also a major doubt after picking up a knee knock in the same game.
But Lee Roche and Matt Crowell are on their way back, having come through Wednesday's reserve team clash at Tranmere Rovers.