James Jennings accepts Wrexham have not been good enough at a crucial stage of the season but insists the players will not give-up on the play-offs.
Tuesday’s 3-0 defeat at Ebbsfleet United leaves Wrexham without a win in four games and seventh in the National League, just two points ahead of Dover Athletic, the side immediately below the top-seven. Dover and Ebbsfleet in ninth spot would overtake Wrexham if they won their games in hand, although the Reds are just four points behind second placed Tranmere Rovers with three matches to go.
Wrexham entertain Dagenham and Redbridge on Saturday before heading to mid-table Leyton Orient the following weekend, and the Reds wrap up their season with what could be a vital winner-takes-all clash against fourth placed AFC Fylde on April 28. Left-back Jennings admits Wrexham need to win their remaining games in the quest for a top-seven finish and not let the hard work go to waste.
“I said before Ebbsfleet that we have got to win every game,” said Jennings.”We have got to take it one game at a time but it is important now that we all stick together.
“We have been on a good run and we know as players it has not been good enough.”
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