Dixie McNeil wants to see a more attacking style of play when Wrexham kick off an 11th season in non-league.
Wrexham finished 10th in the National League last term, 19 draws from 46 league games and just 49 goals scored being a major reason for failing to reach the play-offs.
Racecourse legend McNeil, the club president, feels Wrexham were too negative – particularly at The Racecourse – and says the Reds need to make the most of home advantage.
“We just weren’t good enough and did not create goals last season,” said McNeil.
“Certainly at home, we need to be be more attack minded and a bit more positive going forward. I know you don’t want to be too open in play but you need to be scoring goals.
“Going forward with the ball, we did not assert ourselves on games.
“At home, that is where you need to win your points and we did not do enough of that.”
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