BRYAN HUGHES is looking forward to see his signings make their mark during the final six games of the season.

Winger Jermain McGlashan, midfielder Key Agustien and striker Anthony Spyrou have all been recruited since Hughes took over as manager in February.

Wrexham's promotion challenge has faltered in recent weeks, with the Reds heading into tomorrow's clash at Ebbsfleet United on the back of three defeats in four outings.

But Hughes believes his trio of signings can complement the players who have put Wrexham in such a strong position and keep the third placed Reds on track for promotion.

"McGlashan's come in, Kemy's come in and Anthony's come in, people who I think can give us something different," said Hughes.

"Hopefully we are going to see that blend into the team over the next six games.

"I have got a big enough squad now. The players that we have got have done so well to get into the position we are at.

"We are in a little bit of a sticky patch but when I came in we were in fifth position.

"We had a fantastic start under me, we jumped up to first position and filtered around there; we have dropped back down and now we are third.

"I said from the start there would be a lot of twists and turns, and I still feel there will be."

Wrexham head to Ebbsfleet looking to bounce back from Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Hartlepool.

"We are running out of games now," said Hughes.

"There are only six to go, Ebbsfleet are next up and it is going to be a tough game but we are going to be prepared.

"We are going to work hard like we always do and hopefully we can go there and get a result."

Midfielder Mark Carrington could be added to the squad after recovering from injury, although Luke Summerfield remains sidelined, while illness has swept through the camp this week and could have a bearing on Hughes' starting line-up.

"We have had a bit of a sickness bug the first couple of days this week and a few players have been off which is concerning," added Hughes.

"We will just have to see where we are at and get a team out there who is going to go out and win the game for us hopefully.

"Summerfield won't be available, he is still not quite right which is a big blow to the lad and to us."