DAVIS KEILLOR-DUNN plans to make a big impact and "smash it" at Wrexham after becoming the club's first new signing of the January transfer window.

The 22-year-old, who had been a free agent since leaving Scottish Premiership outfit Ross County in September because he was seeking more game-time, has joined the Reds on a deal until the end of the season.

After penning a professional contract with Ross in the summer of 2017, Keillor-Dunn went onto play 40 league games for the club, and he also scored three goals in 11 appearances during a loan spell at Falkirk last season.

Keillor-Dunn has vowed to make a difference in Wrexham's fight against relegation and he hopes to feature in tomorrow's game against Woking at The Racecourse.

“It’s a perfect match," said Keillor-Dunn. "I’ve heard a lot about the club and the supporters, it’s a really good move for me.

“I was at Ross County and I’ve trained at a few other places, but Wrexham were interested and I wanted to progress the move here.

“It’s closer to home for me and it’s a great platform to play on The Racecourse, I can’t wait to get going.

“Hopefully I can play on Saturday, get out there in front of the fans and make a difference. I just want to get assists and goals and get us moving up the table.

"I’ve been keeping fit, you have to be ready for an opportunity. I’m here and I have to go and smash it.”

Wrexham, 20th in the National League, are only two points above the drop zone and Keillor-Dunn is not fazed by the pressure of a relegation battle.

“Football is about pressure," added Keillor-Dunn. "For me personally, the more pressure the better because you know you have to go out and perform.

“The club is far too big to be where it is, a few wins and things change quickly.”

Manager Dean Keates, who wants more new signings this month, is also set to try and extend the loan of Bradford attacker Omari Patrick.

Patrick has scored five goals in 10 outings since arriving in November but his current stint ends after tomorrow's game, along with Swindon defender Tyler Reid.

"There are decisions to be made and conversations to be had," said Keates.

"Omari has come in, he has had an impact and he has done well for us. He has got a good goal ratio in return.

"He has spent a long time not playing and the lad wanted to seize the opportunity to come out and get experience, and play football.

"We need to make sure it suits all parties, not just us as a football club.

"There is Omari and then you have to take into consideration whether Bradford see him as part of their plans going forward for the last part of the season."

Captain Shaun Pearson, who has missed the last two games with a rib injury, is set to return against Woking but midfielder Akil Wright (hernia) remains sidelined.

"Shaun has been back in training so I would expect him to be available," said Keates.

"Akil is going to be a few more weeks. There has been no operation, they have gone the injection route but it is still a similar time-frame to what we would be looking at with an operation."