Wrexham have signed forward Cherno Samba on a month's loan from Plymouth.
Plymouth forward Cherno Samba is an England youth international
The 21-year-old began his career as a trainee with Millwall, before joining the Pilgrims via a season spent in Spain playing for Cadiz.
Samba has played at England age-group level, but this season has mainly been used as a substitute by Plymouth.
Wrexham boss Brian Carey has also brought Stoke trainee Robert Garrett, a Northern Ireland U19 midfielder, to the Racecourse on a similar month's loan.
Carey told the club website: "It is a bit of a gamble, but we know we are getting a skilful player in Cherno who can play on the left or right."
If the paperwork can be completed in time, both Samba and Garrett will be available for Wrexham's home match with Stockport County on Tuesday night.
Garrett, 18, has been a regular in Stoke's reserve and Academy sides this season.
Ulsterman Garrett has made one first-team appearance for the Potters, turning out as a substitute against Ipswich last year.