Keeper Ingham predicts more goals from Jamie Reed

Michael Ingham
Michael Ingham is in his fourth season at York, plus a loan spell in early 2003

York City goalkeeper Michael Ingham expects striker Jamie Reed to score more goals - if he can force his way into the starting line-up.

Reed scored Tuesday's winner at home to Bath, just two minutes after coming on.

Ingham, who saved a penalty in the game, told BBC Radio York: "That's what Reed is all about, he can always come off the bench and get you a goal.

"He's got a bit of competition (but) I hope he gets more match time because he's brilliant in front of goal."

Reed only arrived at York last January but was the club's top scorer from open play with nine goals.

"I remember last year I made a mistake against Mansfield [in March 2011] and he pulled me out of the dirt with two goals, we won 2-1."

Ingham is now looking forward to playing at Wrexham, his old club and the current Blue Square Bet Premier leaders.

"I'm glad they got out of their financial troubles post-season, I had two great years there and I've got some friends there.

"I'll probably get a clap when I run on to the pitch and then I'll get stick for the rest of the game!

"They're going to be up thereabouts at the end of the season so it's probably a little test for us at well."