WREXHAM have turned again to Hastings shot-stopper Ryan Harrison after veteran keeper Andy Dibble's latest injury set-back.
The Ryman League keeper has agreed to a swift return after heading back to Neville Southall's club following a month at the Racecourse on non-contract terms.
Dragons boss Denis Smith moved quickly to re-sign the young custodian until the end of the season after Dibble suffered a recurrence of the thigh muscle injury which has blighted his season.
The extent of Dibble's muscle injury has yet to be assessed but the prospects of the former Welsh international figuring in the showpiece LDV final at the Millennium Stadium are dim.
"It's going to be a struggle for Dibbs," Wrexham number two Kevin Russell admitted. "He is going to hospital for a scan on Tuesday but he's certainly going to be out for a couple of weeks at least.
"It's the third time he's had the injury this season, initially it was a tear and the second time it was less serious.
"We're hoping it's not as bad as the first injury but it seems a little bit worse than last time.
"It's really unfortunate for him, being a Welsh lad with the LDV coming up, but at his age it takes longer to recover from muscle injuries."
First-choice keeper Ben Foster has had his loan spell extended at the Racecourse for another month.
"Ben has done very well for us," added Russell.. "He is now with us until the last week of the season and we are hoping that with Dibbs' injury,, the league will allow us to keep him until the end."