OLLIE PALMER says it is a "privilege" to be part of the Wrexham squad and players are eager for their team-mates to do well even if they are not involved.

There is no shortage of competition in the Reds' ranks and even with a few injuries heading into tomorrow's League Two clash against Morecambe at The Racecourse, manager Phil Parkinson has options.

Palmer, vying with Paul Mullin, Sam Dalby and Jake Bickerstaff for a place in attack - Steve Fletcher remains sidelined after undergoing surgery  - will be looking to make the most of his chance if selected but he won't sulk if he doesn't make the starting XI because the team comes first.

"There is depth all around the dressing room," said the frontman, who has scored five goals this season.

"It doesn't matter who plays, it is just about the team.

"The gaffer has signed 25 good men and that shows.

"Sometimes you are disappointed not to be in the team but ultimately, we all want to win.

"I have been at other clubs where people are out of the team and they won't want the team to win, they won't want players to score or they won't want players to keep a clean sheet but it's not like that here at all.

"We want everyone to do well and it is up to you to take your chance when you do play.

"It's a long season and we have got a fantastic squad with a fantastic group of players, it's a privilege to be a part of."