BRYAN HUGHES had supporters calling for his head as Wrexham's woeful run of form continued.

The Reds twice took the lead against AFC Fylde at Mill Farm but two errors by goalkeeper Christian Dibble allowed the Coasters to level before scoring a winner.

Wrexham are now without a win in eight league games, and in the relegation zone.

When asked whether there is likely to be a change in manager at The Racecourse if the current form continues, Hughes said: "I can't answer that can I. It is not my decision to make them calls.

"All I can do is concentrate on trying to win football matches for this football club.

"I thought with this performance we did enough to try and win the game; a tough place to come and especially the run we are on.

"The supporters are calling for change, it happens all around the country whatever the manager is managing their team and they find themselves in this situation.

"I can understand where they are coming from because they are very passionate fans.

"Was it justified for calling for it at Fylde? Based on the performance I don't feel it was but based on the result they are going to keep calling for it because they want to see a winning team."