Wrexham boss Kevin Wilkin was not happy with elements of his side's performance despite their 5-2 FA Cup replay win over Macclesfield.
The Dragons are through to the first round after coming from behind to beat 10 man Macclesfield.
Wilkin's side will now host Woking but the manager was not satisfied with the performance.
"At times against 10 men I found it a little bit disappointing that we didn't manage the game better," he said.
"We allowed Macclesfield still to be a threat at times.
"I think we're great when we're going forward and look like we can create chances, which we did throughout the game.
"I expect more out of players to close the game out in a more comfortable fashion than that."
Alex Grant headed the Macclesfield ahead before Andy Bishop struck twice and had a penalty saved after Grant was sent off.
Johnny Hunt made it 3-1, but Paul Turnbull's stunner gave the visitors hope, before Joe Clarke and Nick Rushton goals sealed victory.