GOALGETTER Mike Carvill believes Wrexham are too good to go down.
The demoralising 2-1 FAW Cup defeat to Newport County on Wednesday night was Wrexham’s sixth loss in the last seven games, extending manager Brian Carey’s winless start at the helm to 10 games.
The poor run of form has seen the Dragons slip into the relegation zone and they now face a battle to avoid becoming the first Wrexham side to slip out of the Football League.
But Carvill, who grabbed his first goal for the club in the Spytty Park reverse, is confident the squad possess enough quality to survive.
He said: “There is definitely the quality in our squad. There is loads of quality.
“We just need to get our confidence up and start getting the results.
“There is a good mixture of youth and experience and I don’t see why we can’t get the results.
“I think if one comes then two will come and then all of a sudden, we can go on a run.”
“Our confidence is getting higher at the minute,” he added.
“We are trying to gee each other up and not get bothered by the set backs and try and get through it.”
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