OMARI PATRICK felt there were a lot of positives to take from his full debut but the winger admits he can do a lot better to help Wrexham in their relegation battle.

Brought in on an initial month-long loan deal from Bradford, Patrick was a second half substitute in Saturday's 3-3 draw with Yeovil but started the 1-0 defeat against Fylde in midweek and was named man of the match.

Patrick looked most likely to unlock the Coasters defence but the award meant little to him as defeat left third bottom Wrexham two points adrift from safety going into tomorrow's huge game against basement side Ebbsfleet at Stonebridge Road.

"It was good to be out there and get my first 90 minutes for a while," said Patrick.

"I thought I did some good things in the game but also could have made a couple of better decisions.

"My overall performance was okay but it was disappointing to lose.

"I have got to be more clinical in front of goal to try and help the team get back to where we want to be.

"I am not too happy because even though I got man of the match, we should have won that game.

"I want to help the team climb the ladder and it didn't work out against Fylde. All we can do is look forward and try and make it better tomorrow."

Patrick insists Wrexham, yet to win away from home this season, can end that unwanted record and says his team-mates still retain belief in their survival bid.

"Every game is a tough one, anybody can beat anybody," said Patrick. "It is 90 minutes of football and is about who is the better team on the day.

"We need to strive to be better to start getting points.

"There is definitely belief in the changing room because it is not like we are going out there and getting battered by teams.

"We are just missing that final thing which is goals and from my point of view as an attacker, that needs to be better.

"Deliveries need to be better and shots need to be better to cause the opposition team more of a problem.

"I feel like we are playing the better football but it is a results business and that is what we have got to try and turn around."