WREXHAM'S new manager has got a big job on his hands.

The club could well unveil Bryan Hughes' successor this week - former Reds boss Dean Keates is favourite for the position - and the in-coming chief heads to The Racecourse on the back of another defeat.

Brian Flynn, assistant to Hughes, enjoyed a 1-0 victory over Ebbsfleet on Saturday in his first game as interim manager.

But his second, and set to be final match at the helm, ended in a 3-1 loss against Solihull Moors at Damson Park last night.

Two well struck efforts had Solihull in charge at the break leaving Wrexham, who climbed out of the relegation zone at the weekend after ending an eight-game run without a win against Ebbsfleet, with it all to do.

Wrexham, to their credit, were quick out of the blocks at the start of the second half and deservedly pulled a goal back.

But no soon had the Reds got back into the contest, Solihull scored a third and that proved to be the final nail in the coffin.

The fixture survived a lunch-time pitch inspection following heavy rain in the Birmingham area but Wrexham were unable to make the most of their game in hand and all eyes are now on who the club's board of directors appoint as manager.

The starting line-up showed two changes from the side that began Saturday's win against Ebbsfleet.

Both were in attack as Paul Rutherford, who scored the only goal in the much needed victory after coming off the bench, and leading scorer Bobby Grant, also a substitute at the weekend and unable to add to his tally after missing a penalty, earned recalls.

The duo came in for Mark Harris, named among the substitutes, and Devonte Redmond, who never made the squad.

Wrexham had the first sight of goal in the seventh minute as Summerfield's long range drive deflected off a defender for a corner which came to nothing.

Summerfield also saw a goalbound effort blocked following Rutherford's run into the area but Solihull took a 10th minute lead.

Paul McCallum's long throw-in was punched clear by Christian Dibble but Jamey Osborne found the back of the net with an unstoppable shot from just outside the area.

Wrexham responded with Grant's curling effort which drifted narrowly wide but Dibble did well to prevent Solihull doubling their advantage as he denied Danny Wright after the striker was set up by Kyle Storer, another former Reds player.

But Solihull made it 2-0 after 25 minutes.

Osborne ran at goal and his pass across the box found Jamie Reckord who rifled the ball past Dibble.

Reckord wasted another opportunity as he fired over from a good position after Wrexham failed to clear Wright's cross, but the hosts were in control at the break.

Wrexham made a promising start to the second half and Jason Oswell's header was turned behind by keeper Ryan Boot who comfortably saved from Shaun Pearson when the resulting corner came in.

Pearson came even closer in the next attack as his effort was cleared off the line by Reckord while Summerfield also fired over.

But Wrexham got the goal they had threatened in the 64th following a slick passing move.

Summerfield broke upfield and he combined with substitute JJ Hooper and Rutherford before Grant slotted home following a low pass.

Dibble did well to thwart Osborne while Rutherford brought a save out of Boot as Wrexham pressed for an equaliser.

But Solihull regained their two-goal advantage on 70 minutes as Osborne scored directly from a corner.

James Jennings free-kick was saved by Boot who spilled another set-piece from the left-back and although Hooper converted the loose ball, the goal was disallowed for offside.

That was Wrexham's last chance and they lost another game.