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.