PHIL PARKINSON could "sign three or four players tomorrow" - but the Wrexham boss insists he is only interested in bringing in fresh faces that will make a difference in the push for promotion.

The Reds' boss, looking to strengthen his squad during the January transfer window, has been linked with a number of Football League players including Gillingham striker Vadaine Oliver, AFC Wimbledon forward Ollie Palmer and Jay Mingi, a midfielder who is on loan at Maidenhead from Portsmouth.

Talks are on-going with potential targets and although no transfer business has been concluded so far this month, Parkinson, who saw his side beat Folkestone Invicta 5-1 to reach the last 16 of the FA Trophy on Saturday, won't be making signings for the sake of it.

"We are trying to get one or two things done," said Parkinson.

"But when you are looking for quality in terms of improving what we have got, it is never easy because we have got some good players and we want to strive to get those players in who we feel can make a difference.

"Quality is so important and you saw today once the game opened up, the quality we have got in the building and we want to make sure that we bring players in who add to that.

"If we do, great, that is what we are aiming for, but there is no guarantees.

"We could sign three or four players tomorrow, definitely, but they may not be the ones which are going to make a difference.

"Myself and the rest of the staff identify the players, then the negotiations are left to Shaun Harvey and the owners, and they are working hard but it is never straight forward.

"We will have a valuation for a player in terms of if there is a fee involved and the player's salary, and it is important that we stick to in and around that."

Wrexham return to league action following a three-week break next Saturday at Yeovil.

When asked whether he would like new signings on board before the Reds resume the promotion challenge, Parkinson added: "Ideally yes, but we will see whether that is going to be possible.

"In an ideal world, we want any new signings in as soon as possible."