CARL Magnay has yet to be set a date for his Hartlepool United comeback.

The centre-half has been sidelined after knee surgery and hopes to be back before the end of the season.

But boss Craig Hignett today admitted: “There has been no date set for Carl - he is still working on his rehab.’’

Pools are still without Connor Newton – “We don't know when he will be fit. He has a little niggle in his knee,’’ said Hignett.

“Apart from that we are OK for injuries. When things are going well players want to get out and train.’’

Michael Raynes was sidelined at the same time as Magnay – the centre-half on loan from Crewe suffered an Achilles problem three games into his loan spell and returned to his parent club.

Hignett added: “Raynsey might still come back. I am in touch with him. I spoke to him last week and he will be fit before the end of the season - it is up to us what we do with him.’’

Pools take on Wrexham at Super 6 Stadium on Saturday, with ticket prices reduced to £10 adults and £5 commissions.

Last season’s game with Wrexham saw a crowd of around 7,000 as the town and the football community rallied around the club in their hour of need.

Reducing the prices is the club’s way of saying thank you and Hignett said: “Well it would be nice to get a big crowd and we have put an offer on. And we want to say thank you and the turn out that day was incredible and we have a lot of people to thank for that and Wrexham played their part massively.’’