Brian Flynn felt it was a “hard fought” point for Wrexham as they claimed a share of the spoils at Woking, but was critical of a ‘schoolboy like error’ that lead to the Cards’ leveller.
Wrexham delivered another much improved performance and had looked on course for all three points after James Jennings fired them ahead soon after the interval.
Flynn however was clearly irked by the manner of Woking’s equaliser, blasting that three players had ‘switched off’ in the build up their equaliser which was credited as an own goal to Jake Lawlor.
The draw keeps Wrexham above the relegation places by virtue of goal difference ahead of Tuesday’s visit of Harrogate Town which will be Dean Keates first match back in charge following his appointment on Sunday.
“It is a very hard fought point,” said Flynn, who has taken four points from nine in his interim spell in charge.
“Obviously welcome, every point away from home in any division is a valuable point and that is how we gather it.
“Should have had more, but we’ve said that quite a few times this season, but I am delighted with the way they fought and ran for that point.”