RYAN BARNETT believes it could be a valuable point at the end of the season after Wrexham scored a last-gasp equaliser against Forest Green Rovers.

Phil Parkinson's men were held to a 1-1 draw by second bottom Rovers who took a third minute lead at The New Lawn.

Despite enjoying the majority of possession, the Reds struggled to create clear cut chances and were heading for a second successive away defeat but Paul Mullin converted a 93rd minute penalty to earn a share of the spoils, keeping Wrexham fourth in League Two and three points behind leaders Mansfield with 12 games remaining.

"You never know when these one-pointers might come in handy at the end of the season," said Barnett. "We may get promoted by one point.

"But we know as a team our quality has got to be better.

"Coming to a place like Forest Green, you expect to get three points with the league position we are in but when you concede so early and they put 11 men behind the ball for the rest of the game, people don't realise how hard it is to break teams down.

"They are fighting for their lives and it ended up a tough game but when Paul Mullin steps up to a penalty, I think you know he is going to score.

"It could be a good point come the end of the season.

"These are the hard-fought points that you look back and think 'we needed one of them' and hopefully this could start off a run for us."

Wrexham boast the best home record in the division but the Reds have been far less impressive in away matches and Barnett says it is something the players are eager to address.

"The away form hasn't been as we would like it as a squad," added the wing-back.

"I wouldn't say it is necessarily a worry but it is something we have spoken about as a group and can definitely be improved.

"All we can do is try and take our home form into away games.

"I know it sounds easy to say, and we are struggling with it at the moment, but if we do turn away losses and draws into wins we should get promoted."