GRAHAM BARROW has called on his Wrexham players to follow National League hot-shot Danny Rowe's lead when they face Maidenhead United at The Racecourse tomorrow.

The Reds suffered a fifth successive defeat at AFC Fylde on Saturday and although prolific striker Rowe was not on target for the Coasters in their 2-0 win, he had chances to add to his haul of goals.

Wrexham have failed to score in the barren run and Barrow has urged his players to get shots away in a bid to get a goal, and help end the Reds' wait for a much needed win.

"I watched the game back and it was not all doom and gloom," said Barrow. "We had spells where we played well, we controlled the game late on but obviously we were 2-0 down.

"Danny Rowe must have got 10 shots away in the game, with Rob Lainton making five or six saves.

"I know it is being old fashioned but when I played, your strikers were judged on how many shots they had.

"Without singling people out, this is what we need to do.

"Rowe finds a way to get shots away and scores goals, although he knows when to lay the ball off as well, and we need to find it in our team.

"The message is don't over think it; go for it and try and get yourself a goal."

Barrow admitted this week that places in the starting XI are up for grabs and he has hinted that there could be changes in attack against the Magpies.

"I have got options. I have stuck by people over the last few weeks and picked a similar team to the one that beat Salford and Solihull," said Barrow.

"I know you can't dismiss the FA Trophy game when we experimented but the league is most important and we need to address that and get back on track.

"Obviously we need to look at the top end.

"Maybe we need to tinker with the system and use the creativity that we have got.

"Fylde were good physically but they had creativity in the likes of Nick Haughton but we have got players like that in Ben Tollitt while Chris Holroyd has trained well this week."