DEAN KEATES is still looking to add "one or two" new signings to his squad and there could be more transfer activity this week.

The Reds' boss enjoyed a productive January transfer window with five players arriving at The Racecourse.

Dan Jarvis, Davis Keillor-Dunn and Jordan Ponticelli joined Wrexham before Jay Harris and Jordon Thompson were brought in before the window closed on Friday.

Although pleased with last month's business, Keates is still able to sign free agents and loan players, and there could be new recruits before Saturday's trip to fellow National League strugglers Chesterfield.

"As a football club we are delighted," said Keates.

"I spent most of Friday on the phone and eventually we got what we wanted in the end.

"We got the main targets. There are still one or two that might come in this week, we will see how that goes.

"Coming to the end of the window, a few players terminated contracts and they could still have a contract at this football club."

James Jennings limped off with a knee injury in Saturday's goalless draw with Dagenham and Keates could sign a replacement left-back.

"I have got to assess the James Jennings situation going forward, that will need addressing," said Keates.

"Maybe I will have one or two in different positions coming in."

Harris is back at Wrexham for a second spell and has signed an 18 month contract after leaving troubled League Two outfit Macclesfield Town.

The 32-year-old midfielder first joined the Reds in 2010 and he made nearly 200 league appearances in midfield alongside Keates, helping the club win the FA Trophy at Wembley in 2013, before leaving for Tranmere Rovers in 2015.

After helping the Wirral-club win back-to-back promotions from the National League to League One, starting May's League Two play-off final win against Newport County, he signed for Macclesfield last summer and he made 25 league appearances for the Silkmen.

Keates described the signing of Harris as a huge boost in Wrexham's battle against relegation.

"It is massive and a great signing for this football club," said Keates.

"Jay will bring a wealth of experience, he is a voice and he is a leader; he has high standards and he will drive the players on around him.

"He will effect them in a positive way. It just won't be that one voice with Shaun Pearson, there will be another voice in there and Jay will do well for us.

"Everybody knows what he is about from when he was here the first time.

"After that, he has gone away and won two promotions.

"Long-term, that is what we are looking to do; get this club back into the Football League so he will play a part in that.

"His know-how of achieving it, he will be able to pass it onto the younger players and also help the players in the group.

"I wanted to get Jay back at the football club and he is here for this season and next. He will play his part over the next 18 months taking the club forward."