Wrexham extended their unbeaten run which stretches back to the 9th of December 2017 in the chase for promotion from the Vanarama National League yesterday.
A 2-2 draw for interim managers Andy Davies and Carl Darlington probably doesn't tell the complete story as Wrexham dominated the game and only succumbed to two set plays.
In sub-zero conditions at the Kingfield Stadium in Surrey, Wrexham were the better side and controlled a very large percentage of the game.
It was Andy Davies who came out to meet the awaiting press after the game and he said: "I think in terms of the chances we created and the missed opportunities it is disappointing and feels like a loss in a way.
"On a positive it extends our unbeaten run and to get two goals away from home, but to conceed through two set-pieces is disappointing."
When asked about the past 24-hours after the departure of Dean Keates he said: "No different. It came very quickly for us. We prepared the team properly and I think you saw that in terms of the performance you got out there from them.
"It's what the players and this group are about. For us it was about preparing the right way which we do every time and the players have just been 100% focussed."
Watch the full interview below:
Meanwhile captain Shaun Pearson spoke to the Media Team and he said: "It was really frustrating and I thought we should have won the game.
"Apart from a 15 minute spell maybe at the end where they got on top, other than that I think that's as well as we have played all season."
Talking about the absence of the injured Manny Smith the skipper said: "With Manny out of the team I think we are a small side in terms of defending set plays.
"You have myself and after that Ravs (David Raven) and Robbo (Kevin Roberts) who are very good in the air but not the biggest of sizes. It was always going to be a bit of a vulnerability to us and fair play to them they took advantage of it."
You can watch the full interview below: