BRYAN HUGHES wants his players to "learn from our past" as Wrexham aim end their barren run and register a first away win of the season at Aldershot Town tomorrow.

Wrexham go into the game on the back of a 1-1 home draw with Sutton which extended the winless run to six league games and leaves the Reds 19th in the table.

When they headed to Havant and Waterlooville in February, Wrexham were targeting a first league away win in four months which they achieved after overturning a one-goal deficit, and Hughes says the Reds can learn from that experience.

"When I got the job last season our away form wasn't great," said Hughes.

"I think we'd gone nearly two years from coming back from an away goal to go on and win a game, and that was against Havant in my first away game when I took the job.

"It feels like the same scenario going to Aldershot. All that preparation we did against Havant to get the plan right, get the intensity right and get the personnel right.

"We need to go back to that to try and get the result; take things that we have learnt from our past into this game at Aldershot.

"I will be talking about that Havant game; when we conceded, heads dropped but the belief that I gave them in the dressing room at half-time, the rest was history.

"That first 15 minutes when we came out and blew Havant away set us up on a good path ready for the next away game which we went onto Boreham Wood and beat them comfortably as well.

"It is just about getting those foundations right and learning from your past experiences, and hopefully we can have a bit of grit and determination that we showed in some of them away games towards the end of last season in this game."

Hughes, given a vote of confidence by the club's board of directors this week, is looking for a reaction from his players against fellow strugglers Aldershot.

"We go into every game trying to win it," said Hughes.

"We didn't deserve to win against Sutton, we didn't do enough which was disappointing.

"We have done enough in games this season to win games which we haven't won but Saturday wasn't one of them.

"I will be looking for a reaction off the players, albeit away from home at Aldershot.

"It is a good opportunity for us to try and bounce back.

"We all know the importance of getting wins on the board, we are not blinded by the fact where we are in the league. It is early days but we need to start turning draws into wins."