Worksop Town boss Mark Shaw is looking around for players to strengthen his squad, but he’s in no rush, after his men made it eight wins on the trot on Saturday.
Tigers beat Rainworth Miners Welfare 3-1 away from home to stay second in the NCEL Premier, two points behind leaders Tadcaster Albion with two games in hand.
Shaw is yet to address the departure of midfielder Jake Scott in terms of a new addition, but he is on the lookout.
He said: “The squad’s doing well.
“We’re looking at players we want to bring in, but that’ll happen as and when we want it to.”
The manager was pleased to take another three-point haul at near neighbours Rainworth, and praised hat-trick hero Kyle Jordan.
“Three points are obviously vital, so I’m happy to pick up the win today,” he said.
“Kyle could have had six. He’s worked hard and put the effort in, I’m pleased for him.”
Barton Town Old Boys are up next, at Sandy Lane on Saturday, and Shaw isn’t bothered about any potential victory comes, just that it does.
““I’m just looking for three points in the next game, I don’t really care about the performance as long as we win,” he told the Guardian.
“Doesn’t matter yet who we play or where we play, I want Worksop Town supporters to enjoy the play and goals, but I just want to win.”