Dean Keates called on Wrexham to get back to winning ways in the league at the Racecourse, admitting the cornerstone of good form is getting three points from your home matches.
Chesterfield are the next visitors to North Wales, for Tuesday night’s Vanarama National League clash – which kicks off at 7.45pm, with the Spireites also struggling at the wrong end of the table.
The two teams are also set to meet again, in Chesterfield, in Saturday’s FA Cup fourth qualifying round, but Keates insists Wrexham’s focus is squarely on Tuesday night’s fixture first.
“It has to be three points at home,” Keates said. “Sometimes if you end up drawing your away games it’s not too bad but you have to be winning your home games.
“As I said, we’re disappointed to have dropped points against Harrogate at home.
“We’re both in the same situation. We didn’t expect to be where we are and we both need to get it addressed and get up the league. But we can only think of ourselves, get ourselves right and get back up the league.”