Brian Flynn is happy to remain in temporary charge of Wrexham for Saturday’s trip to Woking but admits the club need to appoint a new manager “pretty quickly”.
Bryan Hughes was sacked last Wednesday and Flynn, his assistant who previously enjoyed a successful 12-year stint as Reds boss, was appointed interim manager for two games.
But Flynn insists the board of directors need to have a permanent manager in place soon with Wrexham facing a relegation battle if results don’t improve and the games coming thick and fast
“This could turn into a drastic situation,” said Flynn.
“If it is not solved pretty soon then the team will suffer because they need guidance.
“They need a leader and that is the most important thing.”