MANAGER Denis Smith spelt out his ambition for Wrexham following their 2-1 defeat at Barnsley, which brought to an end the Dragons' five-match unbeaten run.
And lamenting his side's failure to make chances until they were 2-0 down, Smith said some of his players needed to match his own aspirations.
'Overall, I'm disappointed,' he said. 'I know everyone thinks I went to Wrexham to retire but I want to win and I want the players to be the same.
'I've told them they have one promotion on their CVs and I'm looking for more than that from them.
'I want to get out of this league and we've got to come to these places and get a result if we want to do that.
'I think we've got good players, good pace in the side and any of the games we've lost have all been tight ones.'
The Racecourse boss said Wrexham had been given a dose of their own medicine at Oakwell.
'If you get good quality players, they break with pace and that's what we do to teams, but we didn't do it here,' he said.
'Barnsley broke away, but their first goal was bad marking and for the second we didn't close the ball well enough.
'I felt a couple of the performances were not up to our normal standard. You wonder why because we've been playing well.' The Dragons' LDV Vans Trophy second round match against Stockport County was played at Edgeley Park on Wednesday, after the Mail had gone to press.