PHIL PARKINSON remains keen to strengthen his squad before the January transfer window closes tomorrow night but the Reds' boss believes there is more to come from a number of players who have recovered from injury.

Although goalkeeper Luke McNicholas has joined Wrexham on a permanent basis from Sligo Rovers following an initial loan spell, no fresh faces have arrived at The Racecourse so far this month.

The window closes at 11pm tomorrow night and although the clock is ticking, Parkinson welcomed a number of players back into his squad for Tuesday's 4-1 FA Cup fourth round defeat to Blackburn Rovers after spells on the sidelines.

Jordan Tunnicliffe came off the bench in the second half at Ewood Park while fellow centre-back Aaron Hayden and midfielder Jordan Davies were unused substitutes, and striker Steven Fletcher is set to return when Wrexham, currently second in League Two, continue the promotion challenge against Salford City at The Peninsula Stadium on Saturday.

When asked whether is likely to complete any new signings before the game, Parkinson replied: "Possibilities.

"But Jordan Tunnicliffe was back against Blackburn, Aaron is back, Jordan Davies was back involved and Fletch should be back for the weekend so players are coming back into the squad.

"It is making the squad look stronger so if we bring in an addition, great.

"If we don't, we are ready as a group to have a real go at getting promotion this season.

"There are players within the group who haven't figured much this season.

"Hayden and Tunnicliffe, Eoghan O'Connell has had a period out, Ryan Barnett has only just come back, Davies is now back from his injury and Fletch has got over this latest set-back so we have got players that have got more to give.

"Through injuries they haven't been able to do that and I am very excited about seeing a lot of the lads make contributions from now until the end of the season."