PHIL PARKINSON says it's a squad game and Wrexham will cope without missing players for tonight's clash against Grimsby at Blundell Park.

Jordan Davies scored the only goal as the Reds beat Woking 1-0 on Saturday to continue the unbeaten start to the season but the midfielder sustained a calf injury and is doubtful.

Parkinson is definitely without David Jones who replaced Davies but was sent-off after picking up two yellow cards, with the 36-year-old serving a one-match ban.

Players not on duty against Woking featured in a friendly against a Manchester United XI and Parkinson says there is strength in depth in the squad to deal with absentees.

"I said all along that the squad is going to be so important," said Parkinson.

"A few of the lads had a game on Saturday morning against Manchester United and those players will come into the squad.

"I am pleased we have had that game more so now with the injuries and suspension we've got.

"We had a practice game on Thursday, first team against the others, and it was a competitive game.

"The 11 not in the team are good players so there are plenty of good options for us."

Grimsby are also unbeaten but Parkinson says his side make the trip in good spirits after winning against Woking on the back of two draws.

"The support has been fantastic in terms of getting right behind the lads but I just felt in the dressing room, because we hadn't won last week and only drawn against Notts County, that added little bit of tension in bits of our play," said Parkinson.

"But that victory will do us the world of good and we are looking forward to Grimsby.

"Every game is as big as the next one and the one after that so we will be ready to go again and look to keep our unbeaten run going."