DRAGONS secretary Geraint Parry is confident the club's coffers can be boosted further by a shirt sponsorship contract.
Wrexham played without a sponsor in Saturday's money-spinning friendly with Liverpool after summer negotiations with a local firm broke down.
However, with the club set to exit administration this week, Parry says he would be 'extremely disappointed' if the Reds were to kick-start the new era without a name emblazoned across their chests.
'We've got several interested parties, but we're just waiting to get signatures on the dotted line,' he said. 'Local business have expressed an interest, but as is often the case with these things, the decision makers are from out-side of the local area and we're waiting on them.
'We are not in a position to wait too long though, as we need to be getting the shirts printed up and out in the shops.
'There was one company who were very interested but their circumstances changed and we had to move on.
'We would be extremely disappointed if we didn't have a sponsor.'
Parry also confirmed last season's shirt sponsors Just Go and Minera Roof Trusses would continue to provide revenue for the club in other areas.
One major contributor to Wrexham's cause has been Premiership giants Liverpool, whose visits to the Racecourse have effectively kept the club going through the summer months.
Saturday was the third time they have crossed the border in as many years, with the latest friendly - which attracted a bumper crowd of 11,335 - earning the Dragons more than £100,000.
'Liverpool have been absolutely magnificent to this football club
since we've been in trouble,' said manager Denis Smith. 'We could not ask for better from a Premiership club.
'It shows they care about football in general and not just care about themselves.
'They've kept us afloat and I'm delighted with them.
'We've needed that to get us going.
'We're coming out of administration and we want to move forward and want to do things right.'
Wrexham welcomed another Premiership outfit, Manchester City, to the Race-course last night for a match that went ahead after the Mail went to press.
Smith will now take his team to Northern Ireland for a mini-tour before the start of the season.
They play Dungannon Swifts on Saturday, followed by Cliftonville on Tuesday.