BOSTON United have not closed the door on Spencer Weir-Daley – but there is no room for him at the moment.
The forward finished as the Pilgrims’ leading scorer last season, netting 14 times.
But a new contract offer was withdrawn by managers Jason Lee and Lee Canoville after the forward failed to sign on by the deadline given to him.
Weir-Daley is still without a club, after being told there was no room for him at rivals Gainsborough Trinity this week.
“He’s a good player and one day maybe we’d like to have him back, but there’s no room for him at the moment,” said Canoville.
“His only option would be to play for us for free.
“But you never know what may be available in a few weeks’ time once players switch around and maybe go out on loan.”
Without Weir-Daley, Canoville is looking to his current front line to bag the goals. He added: “Marc Newsham scored 29 times in his first season with us and he can chip in with the goals again.
“We’ve told Mikel (Suarez), Kevin (Holsgrove) and (Ryan) Semple we want double figures from them as well.”