BRYAN HUGHES admits there is pressure on him to succeed regardless of how well Wrexham are doing.

The Reds' boss has seen his side go four games without a win and disgruntled fans made their feelings known following Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Stockport.

When asked whether there is added pressure on him ahead of tonight's clash against Maidenhead at The Racecourse, Hughes said: "There is pressure every game.

"Expectation levels at the club are high, we want to get back into the Football League and I am more determined to do that than ever this year.

"Our goal is to try and get promotion this year.

"We have still got a long way to go. The pressure builds when you are not winning games and we have lost the last two, but now we have got a chance to get back to winning ways."

Hughes added: "It is not very often fans see us lose games here so I felt their frustration on Saturday, and rightly so.

"We had a chance to win the game and we let ourselves down at times but I think we can bounce back.

"I have got all the belief in the world in this squad and they are determined to put it right like myself.

"The next game becomes important because we want to get back to winning ways."

Hughes remains confident that his players can turn things around and improve on the 16th position that the Reds currently occupy.

"I feel the squad that we have got is strong enough to do great things this season," said Hughes.

"We are in a little bit of a blip at the moment and we just need to come out of that.

"I have got every faith in these players that once they do come out of it and start winning games, they will start rocketing up that league."

But Hughes knows Maidenhead, fourth in the table after Saturday's 3-0 win at Sutton, will be no pushovers.

"Our home form has been good over the last year or so," said Hughes.

"But we are on the back of a home defeat so we have got to try and get back to winning ways here.

"It will be difficult, Maidenhead are in a rich vein of form. They are fourth in the league and they just won comfortably 3-0 away from home so they are going to come here confident.

"But it is a game we are confident to bounce back in."