Kevin Wilkin considering loan options

Kevin Wilkin of Nuneaton Town looks on during the FA Cup First Round Replay match between Nuneaton Town and Luton Town at the Triton Showers Community Arenaon November 13, 2012
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Wrexham manager Kevin Wilkin admits that it makes financial sense for the club to explore the loan market ahead of the start of their Conference Premier campaign.

Wrexham manager Kevin Wilkin has revealed that he doesn't expect to make any loan signings until the start of the season.

The Welsh outfit have already added four players to their first-team squad on a permanent basis, and Wilkin, who only took charge at the Racecourse Ground in March, has admitted that he now has his eyes on the loan market.

The 46-year-old is quoted by BBC Sport as saying: "We've expressed an interest on taking possibly one or two loanees in at the start of the season. From a financial perspective, it can fit in very well with us.

"Sometimes it's towards the later part of pre-season that those opportunities do arise because parent clubs want to keep players and have a good look themselves.

"They'll probably make a decision towards the middle to back end of pre-season as to who they are going to let out and for how long."

Wrexham will begin the new campaign with a trip to Dartford on August 9.

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