PHIL PARKINSON says Kwame Thomas is making good progress as the striker looks to make another positive step in his rehabilitation.

Thomas scored nine goals last season before rupturing his left Achilles in training the day before Wrexham were due to face Notts County over the Easter weekend, with the season-ending injury also keeping the 25-year-old sidelined when the Reds kicked-off a 14th campaign in non-league last month.

Having penned a new one-year deal over the summer, Thomas still has a future at The Racecourse and has been working hard on the comeback trail

"Kwame is going well," said Parkinson.

"He has been down St George's Park a lot so he is progressing well and is on schedule.

"Hopefully he will be out on the grass jogging by the end of this month."

Parkinson refuses to set a date when Thomas could be back training or available for selection.

"I think at the moment we will just leave it at that, and out jogging on the grass by the end of the month," said Parkinson.

"But his strength is improving and he has been working very hard over the last four or five weeks.

"It was a serious injury but the good thing about it is once it has healed, it is strong and you shouldn't have a weakness there.

"Kwame is a big physical presence and a good character, and we will see how he progresses when he gets back."

Parkinson revealed he is not looking to add to his squad after completing 10 new signings since his appointment.

Wrexham are only allowed to bring in players who were free agents before the transfer window closed but the Reds' boss is just concentrating on working with the squad he has assembled.

"I think we are always monitoring it but at the moment we are just sticking with what we have got," said Parkinson.

"Now is the time to concentrate on working with the players that we have got, and things on the pitch.

"It has been a busy period putting the squad together and I am pleased with the strength in depth that we have got, and the quality of that strength in depth.

"As the season progresses that is going to be absolutely key."