WREXHAM have had some tough fixtures and Phil Parkinson says it will be no different against strugglers Aldershot Town.

The Reds have faced the likes of Notts County, Grimsby and Stockport, who are expected to challenge for promotion this season, and tomorrow take on a Shots side sitting third from bottom in the National League.

On paper it is one of the easiest fixtures so far but Parkinson doesn't see it that way and says his players will still have to work hard to secure three points.

"There are no easy games," said Parkinson.

"As a player, as a manager, every win you get is hard earned in football and you have got to be prepared to do that week in, week out, and in the main the lads have done that.

"You look at the big games, we fought tooth and nail against Dagenham putting our bodies on the line so we have got the qualities within the group.

"Now we have got to show them every minute of every game and if we don't, we have got to ask questions why."

Wrexham are aiming to bounce back from Saturday's defeat at Stockport and Parkinson added: ""Football management is about finding solutions and when you have had a disappointment like we had at the weekend, you can be down and sulk a bit on Sunday.

"But Monday morning is about coming back in and saying, 'what do we need to do to get back going again' and that's what we have done as staff and with the players.

"We have looked at it with a critical eye, I think you have got to do that as well and say 'that is what cost us, what can we do this week going forward to improve our chances of getting the points at the weekend'."