WREXHAM fans impressed on the road as they watched the Reds pick up their first points of the season.

Following last week's 5-3 defeat to MK Dons at the Racecourse, Phil Parkinson's side went in search of their first win of the season at Wimbledon. 

They were backed by 1,200 Reds fans in the English capital, a brilliant effort, especially for those stuck in standstill traffic on the M1. 

Wrexham looked on course to get their first win after Elliot Lee's first-half effort put the Reds ahead. 

However, a late penalty from James Tilley meant the points were shared at Plough Lane. 

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New signing James McLean made his debut for the Reds in London and was clearly impressed by the backing the side received. 

He said: “They were brilliant, you’d have thought they were the home fans with the noise they made.

"It’s always special when you have fans that are as loud as that and back you.”

It's been a tough start to life in League Two, but the Reds host Walsall on Tuesday evening at the Racecourse, and will be looking to pick up their first three points of the season. 

A crowd of 10,205 was in attendance during the first home game, and the Reds are likely to be backed by another full house on Tuesday evening. 

Did you make the trip down to Wimbledon yesterday? 

If so, see if you can spot yourself in the gallery above, with photos courtesy of Wrexham AFC photographer Gemma Thomas.