AKIL WRIGHT could not hide disappointment after failing to score against Dagenham and Redbridge.

The midfielder was presented with four good chances late in the game after Stuart Beavon put Wrexham ahead but he was unable to take any of them.

Wrexham still won 1-0 but Wright said: "I am very disappointed.

"I could have made it easier for the squad but luckily we kept them out and got the win.

"The last two were probably the worst; I slipped for the third one and I don't know why I just tried to place the last one.

"I completely scuffed it and unfortunately it didn't go in.

"It was hard to keep my head then because I was frustrated but we got through and that is all that matters."

Wright, who has scored two goals this season, admits he needs to work on his finishing.

"I could have had a hat-trick and my finishing is something for me to improve on," said Wright.

"I have been into the right positions for the last couple of weeks now which is a positive but the next step is obviously putting it in the back of the net."

But Wright was pleased that Wrexham picked up a victory in Bryan Hughes first game as manager.

Hughes took over on Wednesday from Graham Barrow, who stood down the previous day.

"It was a bit of a weird week," said Wright.

"Surprising for the players with Graham going but we stayed positive.

"We had two good days with the new gaffer on Thursday and Friday, and got that important win on Saturday. "Dagenham were on a great run of form so we knew it was going to be a tough game but we got the three points which is all that matters."

Hughes becomes Wrexham's third manager of the season after Barrow and Sam Ricketts but Wright insists the players remain focussed on the job in hand despite the changes. "Managers have different tactics which you have to get used to," added Wright.

"I just stay positive because we are at a big club and the manager that comes in, it is the same ambition, the same goal, which is getting promotion.

"Nothing changes on that perspective but it is quite difficult having a change of manager each time because of the way they want to do things.

"We just have to stay positive and we showed that on Saturday."