WREXHAM manager Denis Smith saw strikers Lee Jones and Hector Sam pick up injuries in last night's reserve team match against Macclesfield Town at the Racecourse.
Jones, who opened the scoring for the home side, went off just before half time, and Sam had to leave the field 10 minutes from the end after going down in a tackle.
Afterwards Smith said: "It was a precaution with Lee, because he had a tight hamstring.
"Hector's taken a knock but I don't think either injury is that serious, and I don't expect them to be missing from my squad at the weekend."
Wrexham's 3-2 success was only their fourth Pontins League victory of the season, reflecting the fact that for much of the campaign, the burden of reserve team football has fallen on the club's teenage players.
Reinforced last night by eight senior professionals, the Dragons controlled the opening stages and went ahead in the 15th minute when Sam (pictured below) and Mark Jones combined to set up the opening for Lee Jones to run on and beat goal-keeper David Miskelly.
Lee Jones also had a hand in Wrexham's second goal, which came in the 38th minute. Visiting defender Michael Welch turned the striker's cross past his own goalkeeper in a bid to prevent Sam from pouncing on the ball.
But Macclesfield hit back, with the experienced Martin Carruthers, formerly at Scunthorpe, reducing the deficit a minute before the break with a fine header.
Lee Jones failed to reappear after the interval, with youngster Joe Feeney deputising, and the home side looked home and dry when Mark Jones tapped home their third in the 58th minute following good approach play from Sam.
Macclesfield though, were back in the hunt within a minute when John Miles converted a Carruthers cross.
Both sides had further opportunities to increase the scoring in a very open game.
However when Sam went down - and stayed down - 10 minutes from time, Wrexham closed out the game for the three points that lifted them out of the bottom two in the table.
Smith said he was impressed with several of the younger players on view.
"Levi Macken was outstanding and could be pushing for a first team spot if he continues to play like that," said the Dragons boss.
"And he was not the only one of the kids to do well."
And Smith said Mark Jones had also shown glimpses of his ability.
"Some of the things he can do are special but he disappears at times," he added.
"Having said that, he's scored one goal tonight and laid on another.
"At times he showed he can be a very creative player."