Jack Mackreth says Wrexham fans are still to see the best of him after a frustrating campaign, and does not feel major changes are needed at the Racecourse to ensure success.
Wrexham brought the curtain down on an under-whelming season on Saturday with a 0-0 draw at home against AFC Fylde, a 19th stalemate of the campaign, to finish 10th in the National League. It has been a disappointing end to the season for the Dragons who have twice been top of the table and missed out on the play-offs for the fifth season in succession.
Only eight players – Shaun Pearson, Manny Smith, James Jennings, Kevin Roberts, Leo Smith, Sam Wedgbury, Akil Wright and Nicky Deverdics – are under contract at Wrexham beyond the summer. And Mackreth, who is one of the players out of contract, is confident wholesale changes are not required to turn Wrexham into contenders.
“The changing room runs itself, there is a great group here, I’ve been in football for 10 years and that is hard to find,” said Mackreth. “It is not my decision of course, but I’d like to think they (the new manager) will keep the core of the squad together.”
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