CARLOS Edwards has vowed to make up for lost time as Wrexham's bid for league survival and cup glory heats up.
The wing-back has returned to the side after a lengthy spell out with a knee ligament injury.
And now Edwards, who remains keen to sign a new contract once the club's ownership is resolved, is determined to help Wrexham to League One safety and victory in the LDV Vans Trophy and FAW Premier Cup.
He said: 'I try to give my all every game. I'll always do that for Wrexham but it's not been easy coming back after going such a long time without even kicking a ball.
'The fans know what I've been through and I want to come back and start playing well for them.
'I know I'm not back to my best yet but it takes time to get over the kind of injury I've had.' nWrexham will not take part in this summer's Steam Packet International Football Festival in the Isle of Man.
Despite their being regular visitors over the past 15 years, organisers have not been able to find a place for Denis Smith's men this year.
Wrexham secretary Geraint Parry said: 'The organisers have a responsibility to generate interest in the games each year and it's understandable for them to want to look for new teams.'