SCOTT QUIGLEY was disappointed he did not take a gilt-edged late chance to secure a hat-trick and clinch Wrexham a much needed victory in the push for promotion.

The on-loan striker twice gave Wrexham the lead against highflying Aldershot who hit back to draw 2-2 at The Racecourse.

But having fired wide with only goalkeeper Jake Cole to beat in the closing minutes, Quigley was frustrated not to add to his tally which stands at six goals in seven games since arriving from Blackpool.

"I am disappointed I did not get the final one," said Quigley. "I don't know if it was offside or not but I was disappointed I could not get the three goals and get the three points for us.

"I am never happy with a performance. I don't care if it is a man of the match, I always want to get better.

"I am disappointed I couldn't notch the one at the end but I won't let it get in my head, we have to look forward to Ebbsfleet on Saturday now."

Quigley insists he got a touch for the first goal following Jonathan Franks' corner as Wrexham took a 1-0 lead against the run of play.

"It is a great ball in by Jonathan, I think the lad has pushed me in the back and put me off balance, luckily it hit me in the stomach and flew in the back of the net," said Quigley.

"I didn't really know much about it but I am a centre-forward and it would be wrong for me not to want the goals."

His second goal came as a result of Chris Holroyd's flick-on, Quigley supplying an excellent finish.

"Chris is really intelligent and he is really easy to read," said Quigley.

"I knew what he was going to do straight away and luckily I caught the defender flat-footed."

Quigley, at Wrexham until the end of the season, has seen opportunities limited at Blackpool since joining from Welsh Premier League champions The New Saints last summer but he is pleased with how things are going at The Racecourse.

"I wasn't get much football at Blackpool and I just came here to enjoy my football," said Quigley. "The goals have been an added bonus.

"I know we get judged on how many goals we score but I am just happy to be assisting with goals and glad the fans are appreciating it.

"Hopefully I can keep doing it."

Aldershot were a big attacking threat but Quigley was disappointed Wrexham twice surrendered the lead with the stalemate leaving the Reds sixth in the National League, eight points behind leaders Macclesfield Town.

"At the other end we have got to be more resilient, we can't be giving two goals away even though they are a very good team," added Quigley.

Manager Dean Keates has added to his attacking options by signing Simon Ainge on loan from Harrogate Town until the end of the season.

The Reds' boss insists that Ainge, a late substitute against Aldershot, is not a replacement for out of favour frontman Scott Boden.

"It is not a replacement for Scott," said Keates. "Scott knows the situation, we have had a good chat.

"It was an opportunity to bring Simon in. I was looking for a targetman and I got a text saying he may be available.

"We pushed it and he became available. He is a great addition and he is different to the other centre-forwards we have got in the team."