KEMY AGUSTIEN insists there is a lot more to come from him as the midfielder looks to help revive Wrexham’s faltering promotion challenge.

The Curacoa international has joined the Reds until the end of the season after spending time training with the club and made his debut in Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Hartlepool United.

It was Wrexham’s third loss in four league games but although Agustien was one of the players who emerged with credit, the 32-year-old says he can do a lot better, starting at Ebbsfleet this weekend.

“I think it wasn’t a good performance from our side and if I look at my own performance, I am not really happy with it either,” said Agustien.

“I am very critical of myself, I know what I can bring to the team and it didn’t work out.

“I had some good passes but overall I am not happy and I think if we all want to go forward, I need to look at myself and I need to do better as well.”

Manager Bryan Hughes admitted his side weren’t good enough at Victoria Park with Wrexham creating very few chances, Agustien not far away with a first half effort from outside the area that fell wide.

“I saw the keeper in front of the goal so I was trying to curl it in the far corner,” said Agustien.

“Obviously it didn’t happen but it will come.

“I have got a good week to train hard now and put myself in a good place and go again on Saturday.”

Agustien, who has played for the likes of Birmingham, Swansea, Crystal Palace and Brighton, has been a free agent since leaving fellow National League side Barrow in January.

He had a spell training with the Reds in pre-season before signing for Barrow where he made 10 league appearances, including one against Wrexham in November - scoring twice.

“I always heard about Wrexham as a big club, even when I was at Swansea,” said Agustien, brought in as a replacement for on-loan Shrewsbury midfielder Brad Walker who could miss the rest of the season with a hamstring injury.

“After leaving Barrow in January, I had opportunities to sign for some teams and it didn’t happen, then Wrexham came in and I took the chance.

“Even at the beginning of the season before I went to Barrow, I was here, but I never heard back from Sam Ricketts so I went to Birmingham and started training with them.

“I am happy to be here now but obviously I am devastated with the result.

“We need to go again and get our head right and next week is massive again.”

Agustien says Wrexham, who remain among the National League leaders with six games to go, just need to take care of their own business as the race for the title hots up going down the final straight.

“The only thing you can do is win your own games, you can’t really look at other teams,” said Agustien.

“If you make sure you win your own games then you can look at other teams, but we lost on Saturday and it is a big blow.

“We’ve got six games left and we need to make sure we get all the points on board, and then we can look at other teams.”

Agustien believes Wrexham have enough quality in the squad to remain on track for promotion.

“One of the reasons I signed was the quality in the Wrexham squad,” added Agustien.

“We are up at the top of the league for a reason. I knew when I came here the quality is there, and I think we just need to believe more.

“The players are there, the games are there and we have got the crowd.

“They travelled again to Hartlepool and big applause to them. I know the fans are very good and they deserve it was well.”