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York confident Dragons can deliver.

WES YORK is confident Wrexham will be a force to be reckoned with when everything finally gels.

The Dragons are 10th in the Conference but sit only four points behind second-placed Barnet. And York, who was a summer recruit after being released by Nuneaton, believes the Dragons can climb the standings over the coming months and bid for at least a playoff berth.

York scored both goals in Wrexham's opening day win over Dartford, but has only found the back of the net once more since, a 3-0 home win over highly fancied Eastleigh.

"I've been playing a little bit more defensively of late, when I was scoring we were playing 4-3-3, but I've got a bit more of a defensive role," said York. "Hopefully I can find a few more goals as we go MOSS ROSE 7.45pm MACCLESFIELD v WREXHAM on.

Obviously I prefer a licence to be a bit more forward, because I reckon that's where I am a bit more effective, but obviously if I have to fit in and get into a shape for the team that's what I am going to do because it's more important.

"I reckon we've not really been playing well, but we're quite high up the table, so there is a bit more gelling to do and I reckon we will be right up there.

"If we are not playing well and picking up points then it is a good sign of a team.

"So if we can get a bit of form and all it takes is a couple of wins and we are right up there."

Wrexham tonight travel to Moss Rose for an FA Cup fourth round qualifying tie with Macclesfield Town. And while adding it is important Wrexham enjoy a good run in the cup, York adds the players won't look to do anything different from their usual match day preparations.

York said: "I reckon it would be great to go on a good run in the cup, I've never been on a run in the cup before with any team, so it will be nice to get some big teams coming to Wrexham that'll be different for me, "A game is a game, you want to go out and win it no matter what.

"You just want to go out and do what you do in a league game, we are not going to go out there and treat it any differently from any other game, look for the win and hopefully get some big teams coming down to Racecourse."

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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
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Date:Oct 24, 2014
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