Dennis Greene says he has the money available to bolster his Boston United squad.
However, the Pilgrims boss says he won’t be rushed into any panic buys.
United got off the mark with a 2-1 victory over Curzon Ashton on Saturday, following defeats to Stockport County and Solihull Moors.
After bringing in Port Vale defender Aziz Deen-Conteh on a month’s loan and putting teenage keeper Jason Alexander under contract, Greene confirmed that there is still cash in the kitty. Now he has to decide how to use it.
“We’ve got money there to spend, but we’re looking at getting the right players in,” he said. “Loan players now become available, which we didn’t have in pre-season.
“Now we want to make sure we get the right players in and spend money we’ve got wisely.”
United look set to welcome influential defender Zak Mills and quick-footed winger Kaine Felix back into the squad for Saturday’s arrival of Gloucester City (KO 3pm).
Mills is yet to feature this season after pulling up with a hamstring injury prior to kick off at Stockport, while Felix sprained his ankle against Solihull Moors.
“Mills should be back for Saturday,” Greene added. “Felix? He’s got a sprained ankle but we hope he’ll be back for Saturday.
“At the moment we’re planning on him being available for Gloucester.”