Bryan Hughes hailed Wrexham’s match winner Mark Harris but is confident there is still so much more to come from the on-loan youngster.
Harris fired his third goal in as many games on Tuesday night as the Dragons, who had been reduced to ten men following a straight red card for the second game in succession, fought out a 1-0 win over previous National League leaders FC Halifax Town.
Harris, who is on a season-long loan from Cardiff City, has moved clear as the Dragons leading scorer for the embryonic season with three, and Hughes was adamant the 20-year-old would only get better as the season unfolds.
“I knew what I was getting when I got Mark Harris in, we knew all about him,” he said.
“He has been unlucky in his last loan spells and that has worked in our favour. He went to Newport and did really well and unfortunately in an international game he got concussion which he found himself out the tea.
“A player comes in and does really well, and he finds himself a bit frustrated. So then he goes out to Port Vale and starts off there really well, (but) a change of manager, a change of shape and he finds himself out the team again.”