ELLIOT LEE says Wrexham will be raring to go against Morecambe at The Racecourse tomorrow and eager to get defeat out of the system.

Phil Parkinson's men went down 2-0 to Accrington Stanley last weekend as the 11-game unbeaten run came to an end.

It was just a third loss in 18 League Two outings this season and first since Wrexham suffered a 5-0 reverse against Stockport County on September 23.

Although Lee was disappointed with the decision to award Accrington a hotly disputed penalty which led to John Coleman's side opening the scoring, the playmaker admits the players weren't good enough on the day and will be looking to make amends against Morecambe.

"Unfortunately there was a dubious decision to say the least which went against us and that changes the game," said the Reds' 10-goal leading scorer.

"But no excuses about the referee, we have to take responsibility for ourselves and we weren't good enough.

"The boys know that. There were too many of us under par.

"My set-pieces were rubbish and Paul Mullin missed a penalty; we take the plaudits when we do well and we will take the criticism when we don't. 

"We will take this on our shoulders, and make sure we are better next week."

Wrexham have responded well to setbacks in the past and Lee wants to make sure that is the case again tomorrow.

"I would never doubt the character in the dressing room," he said.

"That's the type of boys we have in there; if we lose, we want to put it right straight away.

"That is probably our biggest strength because look at the comebacks we have had this season and look at how we have reacted to defeats.

"Any time we have lost a game we always respond.

"After the 5-0 drumming at Stockport, we went 11 games unbeaten.

"We hope there is going to be another reaction now and another long, unbeaten run."

Defeat leaves Wrexham fourth in the table, eight points behind in-form leaders Stockport.

Lee said he wasn't getting carried away when the Reds picked up some stand-out wins during the unbeaten run, climbing up to second spot in the process, and says no-one is panicking after coming unstuck at The Crown Ground.

"We have been on a great run but one thing you learn in football, it can't always be your day," he added.

"It wasn't our day but we have had many great days before this and we will have many great days after it.

"We take it on the chin and we learn from it.

"We never get too high and we never get too low so when we win, we don't think we are the best team in the world and when we lose, we are not the worst team in the world.

"We will go again and put things right against Morecambe."