Wrexham currently sit second in League Two after an impressive run of form – but co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney could look to the January transfer window to ensure promotion.
The Red Dragons have picked up 21 points in their last 10 games, with Phil Parkinson’s side only behind Stockport in the standings.
But they are level on points with third-placed Barrow, who have won their last six matches, while Mansfield, Crewe and Notts County are all only a point behind.
They were struck with an injury blow earlier this week when it was announced that on-loan Arsenal goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo had returned to his parent club for surgery on a broken jaw – although he is only anticipated to miss weeks of action.
Luke Armstrong (Harrogate Town)
Wrexham had agreed a deal with Harrogate to sign striker Luke Armstrong in the summer, but the proposed club-record deal was cancelled by the EFL due to paperwork not being submitted on time.
The 27-year-old hasn’t featured for his current club in recent weeks, with manager Simon Weaver confirming in a recent press conference that he is not selecting him ahead of an expected move in January.
With Steven Fletcher currently on the injury list, Reynolds and McElhenney could make a fresh swoop for Armstrong next month.
Rolando Aarons (Free agent)
Former Newcastle winger Rolando Aarons, who made 18 Premier League appearances for the Magpies, has been without a club since his release from Scottish Premiership side Motherwell in June.
The 28-year-old has played for six clubs in the last four years, including spells in Italy and Czech Republic, but Wrexham could be the perfect place for the Jamaica international to resume his career.
But the 37-year-old striker is without a club following a short spell at LA Galaxy, and the former Premier League forward recently spoke of his interest in at least speaking to Wrexham over a move if they approached him.
In the fourth tier of English football, Sharp would surely be a good bet for a few goals between January and the end of the season.