Wrexham manager Gary Mills says their inconsistency cost them a place in the National League play-offs.
Mills' side finished eighth and 11 points adrift of the play-offs after a 2-0 defeat at Barrow on Saturday in their final game of the season.
Their slim chances of a play-off place had ended a week earlier with a 3-2 home defeat by Braintree Town.
"Ultimately we didn't deserve to make the play-offs," Mills told BBC Radio Wales Sport.
"Because through the season, consistently, we weren't good enough but I've learnt a lot about Wrexham, the expectations and what the club is about," he added.
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"I'm going to enjoy a little break, come back and make sure we finish in that top five next year."
Wrexham's entire first team squad are out of contract this summer.
Mills is set to announce on Wednesday which players will be offered new deals.