Solihull Moors captain Kyle Storer rued a ‘sloppy’ first half at the Racecourse Ground, as Wrexham took all three points on Saturday afternoon.

The midfielder came close to levelling for Mark Yates’ side late on with a header that was well-saved, but ultimately the damage had been done in the opening 45.

Storer said: “It was a very poor start in terms of defensively as a unit. It was sloppy, very reactive and they got two decisions.

“The ref apologised at half-time, he thought he’d got them wrong – both penalties.

“But we’ve put ourselves in those situations and that’s probably been the story of our season with penalty decisions. Our own bad play has forced the ref’s hand.”

Storer was encouraged with the second half performance which saw Adam Rooney’s penalty halve the deficit and other chances go amiss.

The skipper now wants the team to take that display into Monday when Moors host Altrincham at the Stadium.

“We came out in the second half and we trusted each other with the ball, moved it well and probably should’ve got a share of the spoils.

“We’ve got to take that second half into Monday and be positive.

“It’s been a very inconsistent season for one reason or another, but we’ve just got to stick together and see where it takes us.”

Watch the full post-match interview HERE