GRAHAM BARROW doesn't expect to complete any more new signings before the transfer window closes tomorrow but the Wrexham boss hasn't ruled out players exiting The Racecourse.

Barrow has been active this month with Bobby Grant, Jason Oswell, Brad Walker, Cole Stockton, Kieran Kennedy and Ben Tollitt penning various deals to boost the Reds' promotion challenge.

When asked whether he was looking to do any more business before the deadline, Barrow said: "I don't think so now.

"I think the squad is strong and hopefully strong enough.

"We have got an injury to Luke Summerfield but we have got Luke Young to step in, cover there with Mark Carrington and young Matty Sargent is doing well.

"I don't anticipate having to panic and go and sign a midfield player for instance, and the competition we know is really stiff up front."

Barrow, who saw Wrexham end a run of five successive defeats without a goal by beating Maidenhead United 1-0 on Saturday, believes some of his new recruits are starting to find their feet.

"We have seen it has not been easy for people to settle in but I thought Oswell did better Saturday," said Barrow.

"You are usually signing players that haven't been playing so they have had a bit of time now.

"We trained harder last week and I thought that showed as well, and we are going to carry on in the same mode."

Some of the new arrivals who didn't play against Maidenhead could come into Barrow's plans when Wrexham head to Boreham Wood on Saturday.

"We are in a situation with the players that we have signed where you may even change a winning team," said Barrow.

"The games from now on in are going to be a bit more tactical and we have to solve the away form."

The new signings means Barrow has a bigger squad at his disposal and he spent a long time explaining to players why they weren't in his match-day squad for the visit of the Magpies.

"I accept what goes with the job but I spent probably an hour before the game explaining to players why they weren't playing," said Barrow.

"I think once the window shuts that will help me as well because once it is shut, then people realise they are here and have to knuckle down which they have done.

"It is a squad game nowadays; I wouldn't have been happy when I was a player with this rotation thing.

"If you are playing and playing well, you want to play but it is part and parcel of the modern game and players have to get used to that."

Some of those out of favour players could move on but only if the move is right.

"Possibly, there has been a little bit of interest," said Barrow. "I will leave that to the directors.

"I speak to managers that ask about players and we can afford to let a couple go but I will only be willing to do that if it suits us and it suits the player."

When asked whether players will go out on loan or permanent deals, Barrow added: "Either or.

"The young ones probably just loans because they have still got a future here but more senior players, if it suits them and it suits us then they can be permanent."