PHIL PARKINSON insists he doesn’t need to rest any players but it doesn’t mean the Wrexham boss won’t tinker with his side for tomorrow’s FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie against Marine.

Wrexham return to action at Rossett Park having not played since the 1-1 National League draw at home to Chesterfield 10 days ago.

A free weekend followed due to the odd number of teams in the division and while the likes of Aaron Hayden and Jamie Reckord have started every game so far this season, Parkinson feels his players have had time to recharge the batteries since the Spireites stalemate.

Other members of the squad have had less game-time this term and could be considered for the clash against the Mariners, but whoever he selects, the Reds’ boss just wants to avoid an upset and be in the hat for Sunday’s first round proper draw.

“I don’t think we need a breather so much because we had that at the weekend,” said Parkinson.

“All week we have been looking at training to pick the best team we can which we feel is ready to get us through to the next round.

“The aim is to progress into the next round and see how far we can go.”

Reckord sustained an ankle injury in the last outing against Chesterfield and will be assessed.

But Parkinson did have some good news regarding wing-back Reece Hall-Johnson who was stretched off with a groin injury in the opening day draw at Solihull Moors.

"Reece is back in full training," said Parkinson.

"He has done a lot of running and a lot of work with the medical department."

Club captain Ben Tozer, stretchered off with a suspected broken leg in the game at Aldershot a fortnight ago which was abandoned because of a waterlogged pitch, was passed fit to face Chesterfield.

"Ben did well to put himself up to play in the Chesterfield game and he has still got a bit of discomfort but hopefully he will get better," said Parkinson.

Challenging for promotion remains the priority but Parkinson believes victory in the famous cup competition would be the ideal start ahead of a run of winnable league games as mid-table Wrexham aim to climb the fifth tier table.

“We didn’t have a game at the weekend so this is an important game for us,” said Parkinson.

“Not just in terms of the FA Cup but in terms of getting ourselves back going again and preparation for the next run of league games.”