Dean Keates aimed a swipe at former Wrexham boss Bryan Hughes’ summer recruitment, and intimated there could be major changes of personnel when the January transfer window opens.
Wrexham slumped to the foot of the National League table on Saturday following a 2-1 loss at fellow strugglers Ebbsfleet United; a Kieran Kennedy effort sandwiching an own goal attributed to James Jennings and Myles Weston’s late winner.
It is the lowest the Dragons have ever fallen in the football pyramid, and they now sit five points shy of the final safety spot occupied by Sutton United.
Keates has already brought in four loan players to revamp his ailing Dragons squad, and revealed that finances were being made available to him to continue that next month, while refusing to rule out the notion that a number would be heading for the Racecourse exit.
“The board has made finances available,” said Keates.
“From day one, I must say it has been an impressive budget. The way it has been invested and how it has been invested, look it is what it is, I have got to deal with it now.”