MATT Hocking has revealed he could be set to plunder former club Pinchbeck United to bolster Boston Town’s squad.
The new Poachers joint manager believes there is plenty of talent at the Peterborough and District Premier League champions.
“Some of the lads at Pinchbeck are good enough to go higher than UCL level,” he said.
“If they’ve got the right attitude then they can go up even further, its down to them.
“They’re players we know, so it’s obvious we’d look at them.”
Hocking captained Pinchbeck to a Peterborough league and cup double, also being named as the division’s players’ player of the season.
Dunn, his boss last campaign, picked up the two trophies and a Lincs Junior Cup runners-up medal in his first season as a manager.
He also finished as the club’s top scorer.
Now Dunn wants to bring that winning ethos to Tattershall Road.
He added: “We’ll look to bring two or three lads in (from Pinchbeck).
“We won the league well and that suggests our players are good enough.
“We had a good team and play well together.
“Thats what we’ll aim for here.
“Other teams had good indviduals, but we didn’t have a star man, just players playing for each other.”