Wrexham manager Dean Keates continues his recruitment by capturing winger Jack Mackreth on a transfer from League One side Bury.
“I’ve played against him and feel he is one of the best wingers in the division, so delighted to get him into the club,” said the boss.
“I think he’s exciting and will gives something that we haven’t had for a few years.
“Get him wide, give him the ball and he’ll supply some crosses into the box.
“He’s played against for the likes of Macc and Grimsby and now he’s our players, so delighted to get him in on our side – looking forward to working with him.
“Although an experienced player, he’s only in his mid-20’s so a great age, There is plenty for him still to develop and working with us, let’s hope we can move forward together.”
The 25-year-old started his career as youngster with Tranmere Rovers before moving to Barrow in 2011 and playing over 40 times for the Cumbrians.
He joined up with Macclesfield Town in 2012 for two seasons and then spent another 18 months with Grimsby before returning to Tranmere in January 2016.
Jack was then back at Moss Rose in the summer of 2016, before Bury signed him last January – only to return on loan to Macclesfield Town in March.
He has signed a one-year with the Reds.