The Welsh outfit lost 2-0 to Chester FC, and Morrell believes that his players need to go back to basics to try to find just their second victory of the season.
The 38-year-old told reporters: "I've got good footballers at the club - it's just getting them back to doing what they're good at. You have to strip it right back, go back to real basics. It's just simply that.
"The last couple of games, we've been miles away from where we expected to be. We let a lot of people down on Saturday and we weren't good enough.
"We've had it fairly good for two years and it's the first time that I've lost back-to-back games. But I'm not going to shirk away. I feel like I've done an OK job and I think that the players still want to play."
Wrexham are currently in 17th position in the league table.