Scott Lindsey says Crawley’s heavy defeat at Wrexham will not define the rest of their campaign as they seek a top-seven finish.

Reds remain in the last play-off berth after going down 4-1 at the Racecourse Ground.

Lindsey said: “We’re disappointed with the outcome of the game but it’s not going to define what we’re going to do moving forward.

“We’re still in a really good position and we’ve got some really good games to come and we look forward to them.

“It’s a difficult place to come and the manner of the goals we conceded was disappointing but we wipe our mouth and move on and we’ve got to move on pretty quickly.

“It’s a tough place to come and we wanted to ask more questions of them. At least three of their goals were inside our six-yard box.

“You’ve got to sometimes give the opposition credit, we had a lot of possession, we got to the edge of the box and we huffed and puffed a little bit and we found it hard to break them down.

“It was a difficult night for us but we’re not going to let that define our season, because it won’t.”

Ryan Barnett’s maiden Wrexham goal put the hosts ahead and Paul Mullin swiftly doubled the advantage, before Andy Cannon’s strike’s and Mullin’s second as full-time approached were followed by Klaidi Lolos netting an injury time consolation.