Gary Mills: Wrexham boss given extra funds to strengthen squad

By Aled WilliamsBBC Wales Sport
Louis Briscoe
Louis Briscoe started his career with Port Vale

Manager Gary Mills has been given more funds to strengthen Wrexham's squad.

Wrexham have lost their last four games in the National League and are out of the FA Trophy following defeat at Torquay United.

The Dragons have agreed terms with ex-Torquay forward Louis Briscoe and Mills says more could follow.

"The last couple of the days the club have made some more funds available to me," Mills said.

"There's an opportunity for me to go and get another player in if I feel I need to and the possibility is that might happen."

Forward Briscoe is a free agent after his Torquay contract was cancelled by mutual consent last week.

The 27-year-old has been training with the Dragons as he looks to prove his fitness.

"We've agreed terms with Louis, it's just a matter of him overcoming a little calf strain that occurred a couple of weeks ago," Mills said.

"We're just waiting for that to heal and then all systems go with him.

"He's a direct player with a lot of experience of the league and has scored goals at the level.

"For me he's a good signing for us."