LEE Canoville believes Boston United’s squad is now complete – and any fresh faces would be brought in on loan.
The Pilgrims’ joint-manager snapped up midfielders Ben Wilkinson and Ben Milnes after Saturday’s friendly defeat to Mansfield.
And with 19 players now on the books, - including the two managers - Canoville reckons he has a full compliment.
“We’ll always look at anyone who’s available, but we may have to go into the loan market if we want to add anyone now.
“We’re happy with what we’ve got now.
“We’re good defensively and have a strong midfield unit.
“On top of that, we’ve got strikers who give us options.
“Now we’ve got to get the best out of the lads.”
However, Canoville will not shut the door on trialist Adam Millson.
The former Player of the Year has been training with the club in pre-season and, despite not being given a contract, the Pilgrims still hope he will be involved in the set up.
“We (Lee and Canoville) both like him,” Canoville continued.
“Maybe we can still sort something out, we’ll just have to see.”
Millson joined Harry Deane, Jason Field and Liam Ogden - who have also been training with the first team - in action for the reserves at Wisbech Town last night.
Canoville and Lee hope the trio will remain with Glen Maddison’s Lincs League side.
There they can prove their worth and fight for a promotion into the first-team squad.