BRIAN LITTLE admits he is unconcerned about Wrexham’s away-day plight and has no fears ahead of tomorrow’s visit to Blue Square Premier leaders Salisbury.
The Dragons are unbeaten at home, but have so far only picked up two points from a possible nine away from the Racecourse.
But Little is adamant there is nothing to worry about as the Dragons prepare for their fourth away trip of the campaign.
“We’ve only lost one game away so far,” he said. “We’ve conceded less goals than anyone else and are also one of the highest scorers.
“Maybe we could have picked up a couple more points away, and I would have liked us to have played better, but I am not concerned about playing away from home at all.
“Altrincham, as one of the nearest clubs to us, was probably a harder game for us than it will be for a lot of teams, but we went to Rushden and Diamonds who everyone said is going to be up there at the end and we came away with a draw and maybe should have had more. I think the only disappointment was York away and we have put that behind us now.
“We are still a very progressive side and people in this league obviously are very much aware of us.”
A win for Wrexham tomorrow could see them climb up to third in the table and close to just a single point behind Salisbury and next Saturday’s opponents Cambridge.
But Little isn’t putting too much emphasis on league places at present and instead is simply trying to ensure the Dragons pick up as much points as possible.
“It’s going to be like this all season,” he added. “We are finding that a lot of teams are looking forward to playing us, but we know there is still a very long way to go in the season just yet.
“Salisbury is going to be another tough game, I think they are all going to be tough games in this league, but they are top of the table and are going well and we know we are going to have to be at our best.
“I think a first away victory is always important in any league, and we are hoping that comes on Saturday.”
Meanwhile with the transfer window closing in just a matter of days, Little does admit he thinks it is unlikely the Dragons will add any further names to his roster.
And Little also claims striker Michael Proctor is still very much part of his plans.
Proctor was transfer listed at the end of last season and was told he could search for another club. There has been interest from Chester City in the former Sunderland forward, but Little says Proctor is still very much part of his group of players for the season ahead.
“He (Proctor) is here and he is very much part of our group,” said Little. “We are scoring goals and I think Simon Brown and Shaun Whalley would be a little disappointed if we started making changes for no reason, but Michael is still very much part of the group and he is waiting for his chance and I am sure he will take it when it comes his way.”