WREXHAM boss Brian Carey has refused to rule out the possibility of bringing yet more new faces into the League Two club.
Carey added Eifion Williams to the growing squad at the Racecourse on Monday, signing the former Welsh Premier player on a two-year contract after he was released by Hartlepool.
Williams, 31, is the fifth new signing at the club since the Dragons narrowly avoided relegation to the Conference with a final-day victory over Boston United.
He follows striker Michael Proctor, goalkeeper Anthony Williams, midfielder Conall Murtagh and defender Richard Hope in putting pen-to-paper on deals.
But Carey is not ruling out more transfer activity before the start of the new campaign.
"You are never the finished article and we are always looking to bring good players in," said Carey.
"There could be a few more if the right players come along. We are still looking. We are by no means finished yet.
"We’ve got our eye on another couple of things, but we’ve just got to wait and see what happens.
"I’ve had some tremendous backing from the lads, but we’re doing okay, we just need possibly one or two other faces.
"We’re all right with what we’ve got now, but if one or two things were to become available then we could possibly do something."
Goalkeeper Williams and striker Proctor both enjoyed successful loan spells at the Racecourse at the end of last season and were key in helping the Dragons avoid the drop.
And Carey was delighted to ensure they remained at the club after both were released by their clubs – Hartlepool and Carlisle respectively – in the summer.
"They are two (Williams and Proctor) very good characters and they knew all about us, and what we are like and what the club is like, so we knew them very, very well," said the manager. "And they were keen to get on board and that’s important because you want players who want to play for the club."
Murtagh was the third new face to join Wrexham signing from Welsh Premier outfit Rhyl while Hope – a former captain at Shrewsbury Town – became the fourth new signing after being released by the League Two play-off finalists.
Carey said: "We’ve got to build a squad for the future and we’ve got to look long term as well, so the ones we’ve signed we are delighted to have on board.
"You could say it’s a gamble signing a player from a non-league club, but you could say that every signing could be a gamble. They are but generally you know what they’re like and what they can do.
"We feel they can do a job for us, so in that sense we don’t feel that we’re gambling.
"But it’s like all things, you just hope they work out, sometimes they do, sometimes they don’t, but in these particular cases I think things will work out.
"Richard is someone who knows what he’s doing back there. We saw him a lot last season, he played against us and we saw him play for Shrewsbury an awful lot, and I’ve seen him play for Chester and we know what he can do.
"And again he’s a good character and just like the other ones I’ve mentioned before he’ll be good for us."