Having scored just 22 National League goals this season, Dean Keates has bolstered his Wrexham front line with the addition of Middlesbrough youngster George Miller.
Only the bottom four clubs in the division, Torquay United, Chester, Guiseley and Maidstone United, have scored less yet despite their lack of goals, the Dragons sit level on points with leaders Aldershot Town.
The 19-year-old arrives at the Racecourse Ground after impressing in EFL Cup and EFL Trophy games for Boro while netting 11 in 14 games for their U23 side.
Miller will be with Wrexham for a month – until January 6 – over a busy Christmas period and Keates hasn’t stopped his search to improve their attack.
A striker is currently on trial with the club after Alex Reid returned to Fleetwood Town following his three-month loan spell with the club.
“He has been over in the country from Germany for a bit and been on trial at one or two places,” Keates told the Wrexham Leader.
“He got put to us and has a decent enough track record.
“He is somebody that we will have in for a week or two and have a look at him. He is still here and done okay in training so we will just see how it develops.”
Wrexham head to third-placed Macclesfield Town on Saturday in a big top-of-the-table clash.