PHIL PARKINSON is plotting more new signings but insists he already has a good squad at his disposal heading into the new League One campaign.

Wrexham finished runners-up in League Two last season, securing back-to-back promotions for the first time in the club's history.

With the Reds back in the third tier for the first time in 19 years, Parkinson is looking to add to the ranks ahead of the opening day clash against Wycombe Wanderers at The Racecourse on August 10.

Three fresh faces have been brought in so far with goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo re-joining Wrexham following a successful season-loan loan at The Racecourse from Arsenal in 2023-24.

Centre-back Lewis Brunt has arrived from Leicester City for an undisclosed fee with midfielder George Dobson, who spent the last three seasons with Charlton Athletic, brought in on a free transfer.

Parkinson, who continues to hold talks with clubs and transfer targets, says there are areas he needs to strengthen and add depth to the squad but insists he is not short of quality players at the club.

"We are still looking to improve in areas," said the Reds' boss.

"Slowly but surely we will hopefully make those signings and come the start of the season, have a squad which is strong and competitive.

"Hopefully we will sign a few more players and - equally - work with the ones we have got.

"We have got some really good players and a good core of a squad already.

"There's players in the squad who have played at this level and above before, and there's some who will be new to League One.

"We will work with everybody and try and get a team that we can continue the success that we've had so far."

Pre-season training began last week and Parkinson says his players have reported back in good shape.

"Last Monday was the first day on the grass in terms of training football-wise after three days of testing," he added.

"The pitches at Colliers Park were excellent; I was really pleased with that because it is so important for us.

"The lads have been working hard off-season, the medical team and sports science department in particular have been liaising very closely with each individual and the lads have come back in good shape.

"Hopefully we can keep progressing and by the time we get on that plane to America, we are ready to embark on what will be a great tour."