TYLER REID insists he has not played his last game for Wrexham and expects his spell on the sidelines to be shortlived.

Reid was one of three loan signings recruited by Reds boss Dean Keates last week and the only one to start Saturday's clash with Yeovil Town at The Racecourse.

However, the right-back, brought in on an initial month-long loan deal from Swindon Town, picked up a thigh injury in the first half and was substituted in the 33rd minute.

Wrexham drew 3-3 and Reid has pledged to be back available for selection very soon to boost the Reds' relegation battle.

"It felt good to be out there, it was just unfortunate that I came off so early," said Reid, who made eight appearances for League Two Swindon this season following his release by Swansea.

"But it doesn't seem so bad, it is only a spasm, so I should be back out there soon.

"It was one of my first competitive games in a few months so I don't think I am fully fit.

"But I am going to get myself back on the pitch as soon as possible.

"They said seven to 10 days but I am not hearing that. It is only a spasm.

"I couldn't sprint so as soon as I am able to sprint, I want to be playing.

"I want to get more games and that is why I am here. I want to play.

"The gaffer knows I want to play so I am going to get that sorted as soon as possible.

"We are going to have to take each game as it comes, first of all get this injury right and then get the minutes in, and then we will take it from there."

Wrexham twice came from behind to level by the break with Akil Wright and Paul Rutherford, who scored a stunning goal, on target.

Top scorer Bobby Grant netted his eighth goal of the season two minutes into the second half to put Wrexham ahead for the first time but more poor defending led to the high-flying Glovers equalising to secure a draw.

Fourth bottom Wrexham are two points adrift of safety but Reid has seen enough to know his team-mates are up for the fight in the bid to avoid relegation.

"We went down early on in the game and did well to fight back," said Reid.

"Then we went behind again but it seems like there is a lot of team spirit and we went 3-2 up.

"The gaffer said once you go 3-2 up, no more goals but we conceded.

"We should probably have won at the end but we will work on that in training and get defensively better.

"But there is a lot of quality here, Ruthers' goal was an unbelievable strike."

Centre-back Kieran Kennedy, who rejected the offer of a new contract at Wrexham in favour of signing for Port Vale in the summer, has also signed a short-term loan deal along with winger Omari Patrick, brought in from Bradford City.

Both players came on against Yeovil - Kennedy filled in at right-back for the injured Reid - and Keates is pleased to have more options in the fight against relegation.

But that means some fringe players could be exiting The Racecourse.

"I need competition for places," said Keates.

"With players coming in, it leaves us fully loaded so there is even less opportunity for players to get minutes.

"I have had conversations with players and even though not completely part of my plans going forward, there is opportunities for one or two maybe to get minutes like we have done with loans, and we will address that over the next week or so."