Sam Ricketts has vowed to make Wrexham an entertaining team to watch next season.

The former Wales international has been appointed as the new Reds’ boss on a three year deal and immediately set his sights on addressing this season’s shortcomings. Wrexham were one of the lowest scores in the National League with just 49 goals in 46 outings and Ricketts knows there needs to be a big improvement in this department.

“You look at the stability on the pitch and the fact that the defensive side is very solid is the most important thing,” said Ricketts.

“If you can keep the defensive side at zeros and ones against you then you have always got a chance in every game.

“That is your foundation of the side, they will keep you in a game, but you need the icing on the cake. Forwards win you games and you need a forward line who can get you the goals and turn those draws into wins or losses into draws.”

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