PHIL PARKINSON says Wrexham are not the finished article and he is still looking to add three players to his squad.

The Reds' boss has completed six new signings this summer with Shaun Brisley, Liam McAlinden, Jake Hyde, Paul Mullin, Harry Lennon and Aaron Hayden arriving at The Racecourse.

Wrexham kick-off a 14th campaign in non-league with a trip to Solihull Moors on Saturday - the scheduled home match with Yeovil was postponed because of a coronavirus outbreak in the Glovers’ squad - and Parkinson is keen to recruit more players.

"We still need players," said Parkinson.

"I will sleep a lot easier when we have got two or three more in because I don't think we are the finished article yet.

"I am pleased with the players we have brought in.

"We are not there yet but hopefully by the time the window closes we will be.

"My intention when I came in was to make us strong in all departments and there are a few gaps we are not happy with yet."

Parkinson admits he might not have put the finishing touches to his squad before the big kick-off against Solihull at Damson Park.

The transfer window closes on August 31 and Parkinson hinted that Wrexham are hoping to prise targets away from their clubs.

"There is time," said Parkinson.

"When you are trying to get players away from other clubs it is not straightforward and we have got to work towards that.

"But the lads we have got in the building have been great."