BEN TOZER says the players are going to have to get used to teams treating fixtures against Wrexham as "massive games".

The centre-back, who arrived at The Racecourse from newly promoted League One outfit Cheltenham Town last month, saw Stockport come from behind and inflict a 2-1 defeat on the Reds.

Wrexham will aim to get back to winning ways when they face second bottom Aldershot Town at The Recreation Ground on Saturday.

It is a match where Phil Parkinson's men will be expected to pick up three points but Tozer is taking nothing for granted, especially with opponents eager to get one over Wrexham.

"Every team when they play against us, I am not bigging ourselves up but it is a massive game for them," said Tozer.

"They see it as a massive game and they see themselves as underdogs.

"They go into the game as underdogs, that is the way we have to approach games.

"No game is easy. When people see games as easy games, you have still got to turn up and work hard to make that game easy of that is what you want to call it.

"You have still got to do the fundamentals of the game."

Wrexham made the perfect start at Edgeley Park as Paul Mullin scored after just 50 seconds but Stockport levelled early in the second half and the home side made their dominance count as they grabbed a later winner.

Tozer admits the players were hurting after suffering a second defeat of the season but insists the Reds can't dwell on it as they aim to bounce back.

"The result is the result at the end of the day," added Tozer.

"We have had a chat about it in the changing room, we have got to learn from it and we have got to learn from it fast.

"There's no time to dwell on it. It has got to hurt but you have got to move on.