BRYAN HUGHES is happy with the size of his squad despite a number of recent departures but the Wrexham boss won't rule out making new signings in the future.

Mike Fondop's contract was cancelled by mutual agreement last week, with the striker making the switch to National League rivals Chesterfield, while first year professionals Matty Sargent and Jack Thorn have joined young defender Doug Tharme in going out on loan for first-team experience.

Hughes saw his options further reduced for Sunday's 1-1 draw at Notts County as Bobby Grant and Jake Lawlor were both suspended.

However, Lawlor will be available for this weekend's home game against Barnet when Grant completes his three-match ban ahead of Monday's trip to Hartlepool United, and Hughes is pleased with the players he has at his disposal.

"I am happy with the squad, I have said that all along," said Hughes.

"I had aspects of trying to move Mike on and I was always going to move some of the young boys out to get that experience factor.

"But I have still got a strong squad.

"If you look at it now, we have got Jake back this Saturday and Bobby is back on Monday, and Jason Oswell not in the 16.

"I have still got a lot of bodies around, people who I want at the club who can make an impact."

Hughes might be content with the squad he has assembled for Wrexham's 12th season in non-league but it doesn't mean he won't add to it at a later date.

"There is no real rush for anything. If a certain individual comes available who we think might make a difference to us, we will be in for them," added Hughes.

"But at the moment I am happy."