BRYAN HUGHES has no qualms about getting the vote of confidence from the club's board of directors.

Saturday's 1-1 home draw against Sutton leaves Wrexham without a win in six league games and down to 19th in the table.

Although supporters have voiced their discontent, a statement released by the board gave under-fire Hughes their full backing and it is something the Reds' boss welcomed as he looks to end the barren run with a much needed victory at Aldershot on Saturday.

"From my point of view it is pleasing because I have got the backing of the board," said Hughes. "It gives clarity to the players.

"Don't get me wrong, we have underperformed this season results-wise, we have drawn too many games.

"It is fine margins and is about us turning those draws into wins and this team is capable of doing that.

"That performance against Sutton wasn't us, it was lethargic, and fans aren't blinded by that, they can see it.

"The brunt of it will come back on me because I am the manager of the team and I pick the team, and I accept that.

"Now it is about rectifying it and bringing the group together again. Again we have had another good week but come the end of the week, it is all about the result and we need to win games."