JAMES JENNINGS insists the Wrexham players share fans' frustrations with the amount of draws and says the Reds are determined to end their 'sticky patch' against Aldershot Town at The Racecourse tomorrow.

Tuesday's 0-0 bore at Solihull Moors was Wrexham's eight's draw in 11 games and the Reds are now fifth position, six points behind leaders Macclesfield Town.

"There have been far too many draws and we are disappointed with them," said Jennings. "We have set such high standards that we want to be winning games.

"The draws shows we are difficult to beat. We wanted a clean sheet against Solihull and to get back to winning ways but unfortunately we could only get one.

"It is not through lack of desire or lack of trying, every single lad is working hard trying to make sure that we do enough to be winning games.

"It is just a little sticky patch that we are going through, the timing is not great but we need to put that right tomorrow and go on a little run again of winning games and not drawing."

Nearly 650 fans made the trip to Solihull while Wrexham were also well supported for Saturday's long trip to Sutton.

Expectation levels are high among fans and Jennings is desperate to reward them for their tremendous backing this season.

"It was unbelievable support from the fans and that just shows the belief that they have got in us," said Jennings.

"We have just got to put that back into the way that we play and believe in ourselves a little bit more.

"There is still a lot to play for, anything can happen and there will be a few more twists and turns.

"But it is down to us to concentrate on our game and it is just important to get back to winning ways tomorrow."

Jennings insists Wrexham, who have only lost six times this season and kept a club record-equalling 19th league clean sheet of the season at Solihull, are eager to win every game they play.

"We have set high standards this season so when we come up against teams at the bottom end of the table and we are expecting a win, we are disappointed when we draw," said Jennings.

"I think it shows how much it means to all of us that we are all really disappointed when we are drawing games like Sutton away.

"People say it's a good point, we heard their changing room and the atmosphere in there was like they had won, while ours was like we had lost.

"That's the standards we have set so we have got to pick ourselves up."