DEAN KEATES would like to complete another four new signings before the January transfer window closes.

The Reds boss has already added two players to his squad this month with attacking midfielders Davis Keillor-Dunn and Dan Jarvis both penning permanent contracts last week.

Hoping to do more business, Keates is targeting at least two fresh faces but would like to double that amount, with a striker on his shopping list.

"I have added two more attacking midfield players," said Keates.

"Everybody is looking for a striker and we have got a couple of potentials in the pipeline.

"If I can get what I want before the window shuts, hopefully there might be four extra bodies added to the group.

"That is the aim. Whether that comes off, I don't know but if I can get the four in I will be happy.

"If not, I would say there will be a minimum of two."

Keates is hoping for positive news on the signings front before Saturday's game against high-flying Harrogate Town at Wetherby Road.

"I would like to think there will be a minimum of one, if not two, by the weekend," said Keates.

Jarvis, who has signed an 18 month contract after leaving Stoke, should be available at Harrogate.

The 21-year-old started Saturday's home game with Woking and produced an eye-catching display, scoring the second goal in the 3-0 win before being forced off with cramp after 63 minutes.

"Ultimately it is a welcome to men's football," said Keates.

"From what he is accustomed to in the under 23s, that is a lot more precise, passing and moving while there is a lot of turnover at this level; it is quick and a lot more furious so it was to be expected.

"I had a feeling in the back of my mind before we even kicked off that we would be looking at around the 70 minute mark but it was just getting the lad out there."

Keates was delighted with the performance against Woking as Wrexham bounced back from the disappointing 2-1 defeat at home to fellow strugglers Aldershot a fortnight earlier.

Luke Summerfield scored either side of Jarvis netting a debut goal and Keates, who has seen inconsistent Wrexham follow a win up with defeat in recent weeks, is looking to build on the result at second placed Harrogate.

"As I said to the players after the game, they have set the standards now," said Keates.

"The lads did well; first and foremost they put a shift in and played with the pride and passion that is demanded at the football club.

"The work-rate, it was all there and on top of that it was backed up by some good attacking football.

"We are yo-yoing and also on an emotional roller-coaster, we need to get off that now and get to a point of level ground for ourselves.

"We have bounced up and down performance-wise and results-wise.

"It will be difficult at Harrogate on a foreign surface but can we break the duck of winning on 4G?"