IT'S all systems go as far as Steve Parkin is concerned going into an eagerly awaited 15th campaign in non-league.

All Wrexham's fit first-team players got a run-out in the final two pre-season friendlies, with Tuesday's 2-0 defeat at Cymru Premier League outfit Caernarfon Town coming on the back of a 4-0 win against Macclesfield last weekend.

Four summer signings - Mark Howard, Jordan Tunnicliffe, Anthony Forde and Elliot Lee - featured in the warm-up matches while two more new recruits, Sam Dalby and Jacob Mendy, are on board ahead of Saturday's opening day showdown against Eastleigh at The Racecourse, and assistant boss Parkin is raring to go.

"We are just delighted we ended up with two good games," said Parkin.

"We had a good game at the weekend where the boys looked sharp and we had a good game at Caernarfon.

"We are getting to the point with the exception maybe of Reece Hall-Johnson that we have got a full-squad to pick from which is what you want pre-season.

"Certainly there are two or three players who need more minutes which we can hopefully achieve next week by arranging an in-house game.

"All in all, I think that pre-season has been good and we've made some good signings.

"You are itching to get back into the real stuff and like all the Wrexham fans, we are really looking forward to the weekend."

Parkin says Christian Dibble, forced off with an injury sustained after conceding the opening goal against Caernarfon, will be assessed.

"On the corner we conceded, I think he took some contact on the bottom of his thigh to the top of his knee," he added.

"He stiffened up quite badly so we will have to see how he is."