Mike Newell believes he has not seen the best of Wrexham yet during his short tenure at the club and has backed the Dragons to arrest their poor run of form, North Wales Live report.

Wrexham have lost all four of their matches since the turn of the New Year, their latest defeat seeing them crash out of the FA Trophy on Saturday against National League leaders Leyton Orient.

And Dragons assistant manager Newell says the Dragons must deal with their disappointment and bounce back quickly.

“There is never a relief when you get knocked out of a competition,” said Newell.

“It hurts when you get beat whatever you are doing, it might be a blessing in disguise, I don’t know, but it doesn’t feel like that at the moment, because we have just lost.

“We have to knuckle down and get back to basics because the basics are what have got Wrexham where they are, which is in a really good position for the last three or four months of the season to challenge for an automatic position or a play-off position.”

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