Marcus Kelly has expressed his hope that Wrexham will “take advantage” of any weaknesses in Halifax’s game ahead of Tuesday night’s National League clash.
The Reds travel to the Shay on an eight-game unbeaten run, but were left disappointed on Saturday after Sutton United scored an injury time equaliser at the Racecourse.
But Kelly, looking ahead to another difficult away fixture, has stressed that there is plenty to build on.
“We’ll look at Halifax on Monday,” he said. “We’ll sit down and have a meeting with the analyst and we’ll look at how they play and try to take advantage of it.
“We’re unbeaten so we can’t really moan. The lads have been brilliant at the back and all through the team. I think we just need to sharpen up on being clinical and putting away the chances that we create.”
After what was an ultimately unsatisfactory afternoon at the Racecourse against Sutton, Kelly was keen to stress that dwelling on the result will not be of any help.
“We can’t affect the game now,” he added. “Today’s done now so we move on to Tuesday and try to get three points.
“All the lads are disappointed in the changing room and it feels like a loss at the minute. But we’ll go on to Tuesday and try to get the three points.”
Kelly scored his first goal in a Wrexham shirt against Sutton, and has now turned his attention towards finding the net again at Halifax.
“It’s nice to get off the mark,” he said. “I’d prefer the three points but obviously individually it is nice to get off the mark and I can now go full of confidence into Tuesday and try to get another to help the team.”