WREXHAM'S new goal-scoring hero Matt Derbyshire is confident he can reap further dividends from his partnership with Sam Williams.
The 19-year-old, on loan from Blackburn Rovers, took his tally to four in two games with a brace in Saturday's 2-2 draw at Mansfield Town.
Although Derbyshire's double meant he grabbed the headlines, the performance of fellow loanee Williams didn't go unnoticed by Racecourse manager Denis Smith and the travelling Red Army.
Williams - who last week extended his stay from Aston Villa by a month - capped a fine display with an exquisite assist for Derbyshire's second.
The two-goal hitman was quick to acknowledge the work of Williams - and then predicted there's more to come.
Derbyshire said: 'So far it's going very well We're quite different players but I think we can work well together.
'I like to play on the shoulder of a defender and use my pace to get in behind them, whereas Sam likes to drop off and try and open defences up.
'That worked with the second goal. I was pleased with it but it was down to Sam's great ball.
'We're on loan and we've both got something to prove. We want to continue playing as we are and get more goals because that's what we've been brought here to do.'
The Dragons are restricted to having a maximum of 20 professionals on their books because of administration. Although that quota is full, they were allowed to bring in Derbyshire on an emergency one-month deal after Juan Ugarte injured his knee in his first game back.
The unfortunate Basque striker will return to Crewe once his loan runs out, which means Derbyshire should be able to stay on with the Reds.
He and Williams will line up in Saturday's visit of Northampton Town - a match in which Smith's men will try to extend their unbeaten run to four games.
However, the boss was upset with his side's inability to close the game off against Mansfield having taken a 2-0 lead.
Yet he has been pleased with how they have responded to his rallying call to go on a run that will push them into the League Two play-off places.
The 11th-placed Reds are just five points off Cheltenham Town with two games in hand. Saturday's opponents Northampton are third.
Boss Smith is hopeful captain Darren Ferguson (hip) and Dean Bennett (ankle) recover, while defender Dave Bayliss is back from suspension.
However, Ferguson looks set for more time on the sidelines after being charged with the use of foul and abusive language against referee Jonathan Moss following last month's 2-1 loss to Leyton Orient.
As the Mail was going to press, he was waiting to face an FAW disciplinary hearing.