WREXHAM'S Welsh players will be hoping to catch the eye of John Toshack tonight as he attends a match at the Racecourse for the first time since he became national team coach.
But while Wrexham's homegrown stars will be in the spotlight, the club are hoping to include new overseas ace Josh Johnson in their squad for the first time after a successful trial period.
Johnson has received his work permit and the club hope to receive international clearance from the Trinidad & Tobago FA this morning.
Wrexham had hoped to have wrapped up the formalities yesterday but the deal is believed to have been held up because several Port of Spain-based officials are away on a trip to Japan.
Toshack, meanwhile, will be in the stands alongside assistant Roy Evans as the Dragons entertain Grimsby Town ahead of the pair's scheduled trip to Anfield tomorrow night.
Wrexham manager Denis Smith said: "We're a Welsh club and we've got a lot of Welsh players so it will be a chance for them to show their national coach what they can do.
"If Tosh does come up then we'll no doubt discuss old times after the game and hopefully he'll be talking about how well are players did."