PHIL PARKINSON understands supporters' frustrations after Wrexham were booed off the pitch at the end of Saturday's 1-1 draw against Marine in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round.

The Northern Premier League Division One West outfit, who play three levels before the Reds in the pyramid, were the better side at Rossett Park and took a 78th minute lead.

There could have been no complaints if the Mariners, managed by former Chester boss Neil Young, had won and progressed to the first round proper.

But Jordan Davies equalised with a stunning free-kick in the fifth minute of stoppage time to take the tie to a replay - it will take place tomorrow night at Nantwich Town because The Racecourse pitch has been relaid - although the boos still rang out from the away end following the final whistle with fans venting their anger at Parkinson.

He responded by saying: "When you come to a team lower down than you then you are expected to win and we didn't do that.

"There is going to be an element of frustration, we have got to accept that and I have got to accept it as well.

"But we live to fight another day and we look forward to Tuesday."

When asked whether he was under pressure, with Wrexham one of the favourites for promotion but currently mid-table in the National League, Parkinson added: "I think every game you go into as a manager you feel a bit of pressure because there are expectations on us.

"We have got to do better in areas of the game, we know that.

"We dug a result out, we dug one out against Chesterfield and we have got to use that as a positive lift going into Tuesday night."