Brad Walker insists Wrexham are not panicking after going through the worst spell of the season, The Leader report.
The Reds were beaten 1-0 by Leyton Orient in Saturday’s FA Trophy second round tie at The Racecourse and have now suffered four successive defeats.
Despite the dip in form, fourth placed Wrexham are only four points behind leaders Orient with 17 games remaining.
Walker says Wrexham are focused on ending the barren run and the midfielder is looking to get back to winning ways at high-flying AFC Fylde this weekend.
“It is a difficult spell but everyone has a blip in the season and this is our first real blip,” said Walker.
“We have got a great chance on Saturday to go to Fylde and hopefully get something from the game.
“I would not say there are panic stations around here at this time, we are still only four points off the top of the table and there is still a heck of a long way to go.”
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