MICHAEL CHAMBERS is disappointed with Wrexham's points tally after three games but the centre-back is convinced the Reds have enough quality in the squad to turn things around.

Bryan Hughes' side began the season with a 2-1 win against Barrow before squandering a 2-0 lead at Boreham Wood and having to settle for a 2-2 draw, the hosts scoring an injury time equaliser.

Worse was to come against Dover on Saturday as Mark Harris put Wrexham ahead but after Bobby Grant was sent off, the Whites scored twice in the second half to condemn the Reds to a first defeat of the season.

Four points from a possible nine is not the start Chambers was looking for but the summer signing believes Wrexham can get back on track with victory over early leaders Halifax Town at The Racecourse this evening.

"At the start of the season we set how many points we want to get from these first few games and we haven't quite met that which is why the boys are disappointed," said Chambers.

"We set a high standard for ourselves and we want to meet them so when you don't meet them, you have got to look at things.

"Every game is an opportunity to get better.

"No game is easy, every game is different and every game is a challenge for different reasons.

"Halifax will be a different test but with the squad we have got, we put ourselves up against anyone and we will go again."

Chambers admits it was disappointing not to win any of the two long distance away games on the back of Wrexham kicking off a 12th season in non-league with victory over Barrow.

"All the boys were extremely disappointed not to come away with a win at Boreham Wood," said Chambers.

"Even at Dover, we came in the changing room and we felt we shouldn't have lost; we should have got a minimum draw and potentially three points.

"Football is a funny game and things change so quickly.

"But you can see from the squad we have got and the players we have got that things will turn around and we will put a few results together, and things will lift."

Despite leading 1-0 at Dover through Harris' second goal of the season, 10 man Wrexham were unable to hold on and Chambers, introduced as a second half substitute for his Reds debut, admits it was disappointing not to hold on for at least a point.

"It was a frustrating game because I think if we keep 11 people on the pitch, we win the game," said Chambers.

"We looked comfortable up until that point so it is frustrating not to come away with any points.

"If you look at the game, I don't believe that they broke us down much.

"They put quite a few balls into the box but we slept a little bit on their goals which can happen when you are down to 10 men, and they took two of their chances."

Kick-off was delayed for 30 minutes because the Wrexham team, who travelled down for an overnight stop the previous day, was held up in traffic but Chambers refused to use that as an excuse.

"It was a bit of a funny journey but we prepared well," added Chambers.

"We came down on the Friday so we prepared right in terms of that but a little bit of traffic held us up.

"But all the boys were ready for it and you could see that from us going 1-0 up, and we were comfortable up until that point."