BRYAN HUGHES is set to increase some players' game-time in Wrexham's friendly with Fleetwood Town at Poolfoot Farm tonight (6pm).

The Reds began their pre-season programme with a 4-0 victory over Cefn Druids on Saturday when Hughes, without a number of players including goalkeeper Rob Lainton and midfielder Luke Summerfield, named two different sides.

Youngsters and trialists were given a chance to impress and while Hughes is set to adopt the same policy against Fleetwood, some of his first-teamers could get more than a 45-minute run-out.

"It is about building, getting the foundations and workload into the players," said Hughes.

"You can't replicate what goes on in matches on the training ground so it is important to get these pre-season games in.

"Saturday's game was a good test for us. I was trying to be quite expansive with my full-backs, trying to get them high and wide and pushed on as much as we can and they did.

"Same again come Fleetwood.

"Some players might play a little bit longer just to keep building and get them fitness levels up."

Former Cardiff and Newport right-back Jazzi Barnum-Bobb impressed Hughes against Druids and the trialist will again feature tonight.

"He has impressed me in training and I thought he did well in the game too," said Hughes.

"He was good defensively as well as attacking.

"He got forward at every opportunity he could and he will play some part again against Fleetwood, and then we will have a look at it from there."

Trialist Polish goalkeeper Dawid Szczepaniak, who has been with Airbus and Morecambe, was between the posts for the second half and Hughes has not ruled out signing a third gloveman as back-up to Lainton and Christian Dibble as he puts the finishing touches to his squad ahead of Wrexham's 12th campaign in non-league.

"I am still looking for a couple of position-specifics," said Hughes.

"There is still a little bit of movement that I can do.

"We have got Dawid in so potentially another goalkeeper as a third choice.

"It is about building the right squad."

On coming up against League One Fleetwood, Hughes added: "We are expecting Fleetwood to play their first team.

"They will have similar things, trialists like ourselves, but it will be the majority of the first team and be a very competitive game."