WREXHAM could have an all new strike force on show for Saturday's trip to Bury.
Young Liverpool striker Robbie Foy has joined the Dragons on a four-month loan deal and could make his Wrexham league debut against Graham Barrow's side.
Foy has been training with Wrexham and signed in time to play a part in Tuesday night's Carling Cup tie against Doncaster.
Dennis Smith says he had to act quickly after being hit with a mini-crisis of injuries and suspensions. The Dragons have lost wing-backs Lee Roche (groin) and Simon Spender (suspension) as well as striker Lee McEvilly (ankle).
Edinburgh-born Foy, who has 11 under-21 caps for Scotland, joined Liverpool's Academy as a 14-year-old but has failed to break into the first team.
He had 15 games on loan at Chester last term but despite failing to find the back of the net, he's confident he can make it happen at the Racecourse.
He said: 'I've been a regular in Liverpool's reserve side but, like with a lot of big clubs that have money, it's difficult to break through.
'I now want to play regular first team football at Wrexham and put myself in the shop window.'
Dennis Smith said: 'He's small, sharp and got quick feet. That gives us an option up front. He's certainly a welcome addition to the squad.'
* NEWI Cefn Druids start their Welsh Premier League campaign on Saturday with boss Dixie McNeil's blast still ringing in their ears.
The Plaskynaston Lane outfit were dumped out of the Loosemores Challenge Cup 5-2 by Airbus UK nearly two weeks ago - which prompted McNeil to give his team a timely reminder of just what's expected of them this season.
Having brought in a string of big-name arrivals, such as former Chester City man Chris Lightfoot and ex-Wrexham player Kieran Durkan, Druids will be hopeful they can stay well clear of the relegation zone.
On Saturday, McNeil's men welcome Aberystwyth Town to Cefn Mawr. Then on Tuesday, Druids host Porthmadog. NEW SIGNING: Robbie Foy. VT19022005CCVSY-001