TRINIDIAN international Josh Johnson is set to make his first appearance for Rhyl when they host Blackpool today (2.30pm).
The Wrexham winger, who represented Trinidad & Tobago at the 2004 Olympics, is on trial with the Lilywhites and should be involved as Rhyl warm up for the Welsh Premier season.
Manager Alan Bickerstaff has a fully fit squad to choose from and will field a team close to that which he expects to start against Newtown in two weeks.
That is likely to mean a start for the likes of Neil Roberts, Gareth Owen, Carl Owen and Greg Strong.
Bickerstaff said: “Everyone’s available – we’ve got a full squad so we’ll be sticking with the squad which has played the last few friendlies.
“The only addition could be John, who we’ve got on trial from Wrexham.”
He added: “We’re getting closer to the start of the season and we’ve got to give the boys who are going to start our season as many minutes as possible.”