STRIKER Chris Llewellyn praised Wrexham’s young guns for their performance in yesterday’s 0-0 draw with derby rivals Chester City and is backing more experienced heads to come to the fore during the final third of a troubled campaign.
Teenagers Gareth Evans and Andrew Fleming were drafted into the Dragons’ line-up and acquitted themselves well during the stalemate, but internationals Mark Jones and Jeff Whitley, signed on loan from Cardiff last Friday, are set to bolster Brian Carey’s side for tomorrow’s visit to Grimsby.
Llewellyn, who saw a first-half header hit the woodwork, said everyone had taken heart from the point which lifted them out of the relegation places.
“We've come out of the bottom two today and now we have to make sure we don't drop back in there,” he said. “If we can do that for the rest of the season we can turn what has been a dodgy campaign into one that keeps us safe.
“We have too much quality when everyone is fit and available. We have to believe in ourselves. If we do that the points will come.”