WREXHAM’s assistant manager Terry Darracott was delighted Christian Gyan had signed until the end of the season.
Former Ghana international Gyan, who won the Uefa Cup with Feyenoord, was on the bench for Wrexham in last night’s clash with Northwich Victoria.
The Dragons received clearance yesterday for the 30-year-old utility player to be included in the squad to face the Blue Square Premier’s bottom side.
Darracott said: “He’s agreed to join us and we’re delighted with that.
“He’s a very experienced player. He’s got a good background in football as he’s been in Holland for many years having spent 10 years at Feyenoord.”
Gyan, who has played 23 times for his country and can play in defence or midfield, was part of Dutch side Feyenoord’s cup-winning team in 2002.
He has spent most of his career in Holland, but recently completed a six-month spell at Finnish side TPS Turku.
Meanwhile, Steve Evans is confident Wrexham will win promotion back into the Football League.
Evans said: “I am enjoying it and still think we will get promotion."