Bryan Hughes says he has full belief his Wrexham players can turn around their poor form and get the season back on track.
The 21st-placed Dragons travel to 19th-placed AFC Fylde on Tuesday night, looking to end a winless run that now stretches to seven games.
A win would see the Dragons leapfrog the Coasters, as well as potentially two more of last season’s play-off teams – Eastleigh and Harrogate Town – depending on results elsewhere.
And Hughes says he remains confident the Wrexham players can not only end their winless run but get back to winning ways too.
“There’s no way I’m going to sit here and give excuses. We’ve got a capable enough squad to start winning games and I’ve got full belief that this team will turn it around,” Hughes said.
“It’s about keeping believing in this squad of players, which I do, and I think we are capable of going on a winning run and getting good form behind us.
“Of course there’s pressure. I wouldn’t be normal if I didn’t feel any pressure. It’s not nice seeing your team not win in seven games.
“I’m trying to give them the belief they can do it – there were characteristics of Saturday’s performance that showed me the confidence hasn’t gone yet.”