Boston Town hope they can make the most of the mass exodus from Quorn, as they look to make it four wins in a row.
At the start of the campaign, Poachers bosses Ian Dunn and Matt Hocking tipped the Leicestershire side to claim the United Counties League Premier Division title.
But since then, boss Tommy Brooksbanks parted company with the club.
And that led to the majority of his first team following the manager out of Farley Way.
Dunn believes the new-look Quorn team are a far cry from the one which comfortably knocked Town out of the FA Cup at Tattershall Road in August.
“They’re not the side they were,” Dunn said. “I know Holbeach are doing well, but I think that Quorn side would have won the league.
“They were good up front and solid in midfield and defence. They had everything there.
“They’re a completely different team now, so we’ve had them watched to see what their weaknesses are.”
Meanwhile, Dunn says his team’s priority is improving on the three back-to-back wins they have enjoyed in recent weeks.
And that means sharing out the goals a little more across the midfield.
Dunn added: “We’ve signed Alec (Robinson) who was scoring goals at Bourne.
“Lori (Borbely) has started chipping in with the goals as well, while Ollie (Maltby) scored on Saturday.
“A 15-goals-a-season player will make a massive difference to any club.”
Town hosted a Grimsby Town XI in a friendly match last night.
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