Striker Alex Reid wants to ‘go out with a bang’ and is targeting three more goals before his loan spell at Wrexham ends.
The 22-year-old joined the Reds from Fleetwood Town on August 15 and the deal has twice been extended so that he can stay at The Racecourse for the full 93 days allowed.
Before he returns to the League One club, Reid is available for Wrexham’s next three games, which begin with home matches against Ebbsfleet on Saturday and Solihull Moors next Tuesday.
Reid will also be eligible for the trip to Aldershot Town on November 25 and is looking to double his current tally of three goals for Wrexham during those fixtures.
“I have loved it here at Wrexham,” said Reid. “It seems like yesterday when I first arrived and now we are into November.
“Ebbsfleet at home this weekend, then Solihull who are a club close to home so I know a few players who play there, and then Aldershot away, and then that is me done.”
Reid, whose three goals came in his first four Wrexham outings during August, has made a total of 15 league appearance and he is desperate to finish with a flourish at The Racecourse.
“My first three games I was on fire so for my last three games I want to be on fire,” said Reid. “Hopefully I get some minutes and a chance to play.
“I have set myself a target of six goals in total for when I go back and I believe I can achieve it. I don’t think that will be a bad return.”
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