Wrexham have added another signing as they plot a push for promotion next season with the arrival of versatile forward Mark Harris on a season-long loan from Championship side Cardiff City.
The 20-year-old Wales Under-21 international can play up front or on the wing, and has also been capped at under-17, under-19 and under-20 level.
Harris, who is six-foot tall, previously spent time on loan at Newport County and Port Vale last season, scoring three goals during his time with the Exiles.
The Swansea-born forward is a product of Cardiff’s academy, signing his first professional contract in 2016 and playing for the Bluebirds in the Championship.
Commenting on the signing, Dragons’ manager Bryan Hughes stated: “He’ll fit in well to our system. He can play across front three and he is an exciting talent.
“He’s had two loan spells at League Two level, including a really good loan at Newport County, where Michael Flynn spoke very highly of him.
“I’m really pleased he’s decided to join us and a big thank you to Cardiff for letting him come. I’m looking forward to seeing him in a Wrexham shirt.”