WREXHAM manager Brian Little feared yesterday’s failure to beat Dagenham & Redbridge could prove costly in the club’s fight against relegation from the Football League.
The Dragons spurned a host of chances to win the match, with a combination of poor finishing and a fine display by ex-Wales goalkeeper Tony Roberts making for a frustrating afternoon.
Little said: “This was a game we went out to win and it was a game we should have won, so it feels like a defeat because we have not really closed the gap on the teams above us.”
With nine matches left to preserve their Football League status, Wrexham have games in hand on some of the clubs they have yet to face, but the Racecourse boss admitted one point from six over the weekend was a poor return.
“We did more than enough to have won the game and I just hope we play like that in the remaining matches,” he added.
“But it is getting more difficult. We said Easter would make a massive difference but one point is not really good enough for us.
“But the players haven’t given up.”
Full match report – P37