MARK Jones is hoping to reproduce his Wrexham form on the international stage with Wales, writes Paul Wheelock.
The 22-year-old bagged two goals in Saturday's 3-0 win over Stockport County on Saturday.
That took Jones' tally up to five for the season, making him the Dragons' top scorer and the midfielder with the most goals in League Two.
The Rhos-born youngster was delighted with his double and now he says he can't wait to pull on the Red shirt of Wales.
Jones has been called up to the Under 21s party for tonight's visit to Germany and Tuesday's home clash with Azerbaijan.
However, it is believed Jones may be promoted to John Toshack's senior squad for Tuesday's World Cup qualifier with Azerbaijan if any midfielders pick up injuries in tomorrow's match in Northern Ireland.
If he does get the call up, it will be the second time Jones has been involved with the full team after being an unused substitute in August's friendly draw with Slovenia.
But whatever squad he's in, Jones goes into the games with his confidence high.
He said: 'I'm definitely pleased to be going on the back of the goals. There's been so many times in the last couple of years that I've picked up an injury that's kept me from playing for Wales. But that's not the case this time so I'm really looking forward to it.
'It was nice to see the two goals go in. The boss does push me to shoot as much as I can and it worked out against Stockport.
'But whoever scores it doesn't matter as long as we win. It was important to get back to winning ways after losing to Wycombe and we were all happy we did.'
All three goals against County were fine finishes, with the opener from Jon Walters the best of the lot.
It was only Walters' second of the season, while fellow forwards Robbie Foy, Lee McEvilly and Dean Bennett have contributed just three more between them.
So even though boss Denis Smith was delighted with the strikes, he's looking for his front-men to get the 'ugly' goals as well.
The Wrexham chief said: 'I would like to see a few more tap-ins even though they were all great goals.
'I thought Mark Jones should have got a hat-trick and was unfortunate not to, and Jon's strike was super too. We know what he can do but what we want more from him is the tap-ins.
'Hopefully that will come because he's working hard, as are all the forwards. At times we wonder whether we're working them too hard and that's why they're not scoring that many. So it's all about getting the balance right.'
Wrexham are without a game tomorrow due to international call-ups.
By the time they return to action a week on Saturday at home to Torquay United, boss Smith is hoping to have a number of his injured players back.
However, he may be without impressive loanee Paul Linwood, who could be recalled by Tranmere Rovers.