Dennis Greene says he won’t be rushed into adding to his squad.
With Gary Mills joining King’s Lynn on a three-month loan spell, Boston United now have some additional funds, as well as the need for a replacement midfielder.
But the Pilgrims manager says he won’t panic buy.
“At the moment we’ve got a fully fit squad and we don’t want to rush in to getting a player and getting the wrong player,” Greene said. “There’s no rush. Yes, of course I’m looking to add the right player to the squad, but we’ve got to get the right one.”
Indy Aujla impressed during a handful of trial appearances at York Street during pre-season before picking up an injury.
However, Greene says the former Frickley Athletic man is not quite what he has in mind.
“I haven’t spoken to (Indy) for a couple of weeks,” Greene added. “The last time I did he was going to get some rehab at Lilleshall.
“Indy was great in pre-season, but the picture in my head is that I want someone physically bigger.
“Ideally, I’d like a six-foot central midfielder, a bit stronger.”