WREXHAM could have two players making their debuts at Hartlepool United on Saturday.

Reds boss Bryan Hughes, who has already acquired the services of striker Anthony Spyrou on loan from Norwich City, has signed midfielder Kemy Agustien until the end of the season.

The 32-year-old Curacoa international has been a free agent since leaving fellow National League side Barrow in January and has joined Wrexham after spending time training with the club.

Hughes has been looking to bring in a replacement for on-loan Shrewsbury Town midfielder Brad Walker who picked up a hamstring injury in the top of the table defeat to Leyton Orient a fortnight ago and could be out for the rest of the season.

“Kemy is a welcome addition to the squad and further strengthens what’s at our disposal," said Hughes,

“He comes here with experience at the highest level and knowledge of the National League having been with Barrow this season.

“Bringing in Kemy is another brick in what we’re trying to build here at Wrexham and we hope he can be a part of what we’re looking to achieve this season."

A Dutch native, Agustien, who made 10 league appearances for Barrow, including one against Wrexham in November - scoring twice - has played for Birmingham City, Swansea City, Crystal Palace, Brighton & Hove Albion and Hamilton Academical in the United Kingdom.

Agustien had short spells with Nuneaton and Halesowen earlier this season before heading to Barrow.