Andy Davies blamed a lack of a clinical edge from his Wrexham side as a fourth defeat in five games left their play-offs hopes hanging by a thread.

A 1-0 loss at Leyton Orient on Saturday, Macauley Bonne scoring the only goal, saw Wrexham slip to 10th in the National League and with one game remaining are in grave danger of missing out on the top seven altogether. Their fate could even be sealed as early as Tuesday night given that Ebbsfleet United and Bromley play their games in hand and could move clear of the Dragons.

“When you look back over games we haven’t been clinical enough and we haven’t finished teams off,” said Davies, who took over last month after Dean Keates left to join Walsall. We’ve said it for a number of weeks, we have been in front and we haven’t managed to see teams off, which has cost us.

“The last couple of weeks (we have) not taken chances and not won football match and that is what costs you in the end.”

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