Eastleigh’s seven match unbeaten National League run came to an end as they were beaten 2-0 by Wrexham.

The Spitfires conceded after just two minutes as conditions played a part in James Jennings helping himself to an early opener.

Eastleigh had a mountain to climb after they let in a second to Bobby Grant on 58 minutes.

Eastleigh boss Ben Strevens admitted he was disappointed to finally see such a strong run of form come to an end but is already looking ahead to the FA Trophy first round tie at Hemel Hempstead.

He said: “I’m frustrated.

“The first goal I honestly don’t think we could have done too much about. I think Max is a little bit disappointed because it was a cross into the box that caught the wind and blew into the top corner.

“You can’t say we weren’t ready for it defensively or they have picked us apart, it just is what it is.

“I thought there wasn’t much between the sides and we were on the front foot and they got a set play deep in our half and they put the ball in the box and we didn’t defend it properly from there and that was probably the most frustrating thing to concede that second goal to really put us on the back foot.

“I am frustrated, I’m disappointed, but we have got to bounce back from that. It’s a big week ahead for the FA Trophy game and our next home game and we’ve got to bounce back and get the three points.”