NOT used to being overburdened with options, Denis Smith is going to enjoy the luxury when his resurgent side face Wigan on Saturday.
With Jim Whitley, Kevin Sharp, Lee Trundle, Stephen Roberts and Robin Gibson ready to return after the fine 3-2 win at Peterborough, the Wrexham manager is rubbing his hands with glee.
"If it's the same towards the end of the week then I've got problems," said Smith.
"One of the nicer problems of football management is how to fit all them into the team.
"We're getting there, we're looking as though we re going to score goals; what we have to do is keep this going."
And although Smith would love a big crowd as Wrexham aim to continue their recent good form, which has seen them unbeaten in three games, he is canny enough to realise the problems of a small club situated near a number of Premiership giants.
"I'm never going to criticise the fans because the ones that turn up are excellent," he said.
"We could do with the crowds going up a bit and you see kids in the town with Manchester United shirts. But it's easier for those kids to go to school and say they support United or Liverpool. It takes a lot of courage to say you're a Wrexham supporter at the moment."
Wigan's manager Paul Jewell recently said that his Latics side could be pulled down into a relegation fight and his backroom staff are looking with trepidation at this match as they have lost to the Red Dragons twice this season, once by a 5-1 scoreline.
"This is a big game for us," said assistant manager Chris Hutchings.
"Wrexham have done a hell of a job on us this season, but they've been games where we just haven't performed we aim to put this right."
One man who is desperate to get the right result against Wigan is former Latics player Kevin Sharp, who was unceremoniously told he was not needed by Jewell in November.
"I'd love to put one over them, but any player feels the same when they face a former club," he said.
"I wasn't really pleased with the way they released me, but that's water under the bridge now.
"I think we've got a great chance against them. We re playing well and we've caught them at the right time. I keep in touch with some of the lads and they are saying that things aren't going well there at the moment.
"There's a lot of pressure on the players because a lot of them have been big money signings, the fans do expect and if they don't win every game by a good margin, the pressure is on."
And although Sharp is looking forward to the match it's unlikely he will play.
"I'm available after injury, but the gaffer will probably stick with the same team," he said.
"That's fair enough, because Shaun Holmes has been doing well, but if things change, I'll be well up for it."
Brian Carey is suspended for the game and Paul Barrett is out with a hamstring injury.
Trialist Dan Bennett, 24, has signed non-contract terms as Smith continues to look at the centre-half.
"The lad did well in the reserves," said Smith.
"There's a step from that level to playing in the first team. But everything I've asked him to do, he's done comfortably and I can't ask for any more than that."