GRAHAM BARROW admits Wrexham's poor run of form has left him with more questions than answers.

The Reds suffered a third league defeat in a row at Bromley on Tuesday and now turn their attention to this weekend's FA Trophy second round home tie against Leyton Orient.

Barrow, who rotated his squad for the win over Boston in round one, admits Saturday's game is an ideal opportunity to try different things in a bid to get Wrexham's promotion challenge back on track.

"It gives us a chance to experiment," said Barrow.

"All season we have not come up with a plan B once the starting system does not work so we have to try and find a plan B with the players we have brought into the club.

"It would be nice to win a game, that is the key to it.

"It is an opportunity because it is the next game and we have lost three games - we have to do something about what happened at Bromley.

"I was not as concerned after Dover and Salford away as I am after Bromley so let's have a look at something.

"Have we have three in the back at the club, have we got midfielders that can break from deep or do we go with a more orthodox 4-4-2?

"It is a lot to think about but whilst we are trying to win on Saturday, it is a perfect opportunity with our league position to try and find a system that can rejuvenate one or two people."

Wrexham failed to make the most of their game in hand and remain four points behind leaders Orient.

"It is a blow but only in so much the gap is four points but it was seven points a few weeks ago when Orient beat us," added Barrow.

"We are still in a position to go on and compete but we have got a lot of work to do on the training pitch to get us back to where we were a fortnight ago."