Busy again in the market, Wrexham boss Gary Mills has captured the signatures of two more players this afternoon.
First in was former York City and Macclesfield Town winger Adriano Moke, the 26-year-old earning himself good reviews from his time at the Moss Rose last season.
Adriano took in his new surrounding and remarked: “I can’t believe this is happening and I’ll just buzzing to be joining Wrexham.
“I told my brother I was coming here and he couldn’t believe it either.
“I’ve played for the gaffer before, I know what he wants and I know that he will be successful here.”
Then Dominic Vose, who supporters might recall from scoring Welling United’s second goal against us at Park View Road last month.
The former Fulham and West Ham United youth player, had a short spell with Totting and Mitcham before joining Colchester United. From there it was a switch to Welling United earlier this season.
Delighted to have secured two more of his targets, Gary spoke about both new players.
“They are both good footballers and will excite the fans, I’m pleased that both have agreed to come here.
“Adriano was a young player when I had him at York and he’s a better player now, having had a good year at Macclesfield.
“Dominic is another exciting player, who had 35 games for Colchester United before drifting out of the league. Prior to that he was in the youth system at West Ham United and briefly at Barnet.
“He also scored against Gateshead this season for Welling and will entertain the crowd.
“That goes for all the players I’m bringing in as my squad is taking shape and not too many more to get now.