PHIL PARKINSON would like to bolster his squad with "a couple more players" before the transfer window closes on Tuesday evening.

Parkinson has completed nine new signings since his appointment and one of those additions, striker Jake Hyde, bagged a double as Wrexham beat Eastleigh 2-0 on Saturday to register a first win of the season on the back of the opening day draw with Solihull Moors.

But the Reds' boss, who recruited centre-back Ben Tozer and midfielder James Jones last week, is still looking to put the finishing touches to his squad.

"We need a couple more players, there are certain gaps that we are not happy with yet and we will work towards those," said Parkinson.

"There are players who are out of contract, players at other clubs for loan moves so we have got a few options and hopefully we pick the right one.

"We made two additions last week and I am a lot happier but there are going to be a busy few days for us and hopefully we can add that bit of extra quality because you saw on Saturday, that quality from Mullin's ball through to Hyde separates teams who win and lose."

Tozer was the latest player to arrive at The Racecourse from Cheltenham Town, where he was captain, for a fee thought be around £200,000.

The 31-year-old was an ever-present in Cheltenham’s League Two-winning defence last season and signed a three-year deal following lengthy negotiations between the clubs, with Parkinson delighted to land his man.

"To get the best players who are going to make a difference, you have got to fight hard to get them and credit to Shaun Harvey for negotiating a deal and the owners for backing us to do it," said Parkinson.

"And Ben showed a real desire to become part of this project and this journey we are embarking on."

Tozer made his debut against Eastleigh and Parkinson was pleased with what he saw.

"We wanted someone at the back who could pass it because it is so important but equally, sometimes you lose a bit of height and physicality but Ben has got both and that is why he is a good signing for us," said Parkinson.

"He is good in the air but he gives us a real calmness in possession of the ball and you saw that with a few of his passes out from the back.

"Ben is a fantastic communicator and I think the other lads around him will benefit from that. I thought he was excellent."

Jones, who joined from League One side Lincoln City on a three-year contract, also made his Reds bow at Eastleigh.

"JJ was good, he gave us what we wanted which is running power in that midfield," added Parkinson. "They both fitted in really well."