Gary Mills: More signings unlikely, says Wrexham manager
Wrexham manager Gary Mills admits he is unlikely to sign any more players before the start of the new National League season.
Mills succeeded Kevin Wilkin as Wrexham manager and has recruited 10 new players during the close season.
The former Nottingham Forest player is happy with the quality of the squad he has assembled at the Racecourse.
"I never say that's going to be it, but I've got nothing in the pipeline at the moment," Mills said.
"Every week, every day and every game that you are in this job you always think 'can I get better, can I improve?'
"But I've also got a lot of good players now and I'm delighted at the way we are looking."
Striker James Gray became Mills's 10th summer signing with the former Accrington Stanley player joining following Louis Moult's departure to Motherwell.
Adam Smith, Kayden Jackson, Cameron Belford, Jamal Fyfield, Adriano Moke, Dominic Vose, Sean Newton, Javan Vidal and Lee Fowler have also signed for Wrexham.
Former Wales Under-21 international Fowler has returned to Wrexham for a second spell and Mills has announced the 32-year-old will be his captain.
"It's always a big decision but it was one of the reasons why I signed Lee as well," Mills added.
"I've known Lee for a number of years and I wouldn't have made him captain a few years ago.
"But I think he's ready now and totally focused. He's disciplined, he's professional and he wants everything done right.
"For me he's perfect and I think myself as manager and him as captain, we'll work well together."
Wrexham kicked off their pre-season fixtures with a 7-1 win over Lex Glyndwr on Friday and travel to Colwyn Bay on Tuesday evening.