Dennis Greene wants to add two further signings to his Boston United squad this week.
And if the deals go through, the Pilgrims boss believes that could be the end of his summer transfer dealings.
“Hopefully, we can get one or two more in this week, a left back and a centre forward,” he said.
“Then that will probably be it until pre-season.”
Goalkeeper Ashley Timms, midfielder Gary Mills and defender Carl Piergianni have already joined United during the close season.
And Greene believes he has - with a number of last season’s side being retained - a competitive squad at his disposal.
However, he will keep two places in his squad open in case a hidden gem or two impresses on trial.
Greene added: “There’ll still be some money left for pre-season.
“We’ll have a look at some trialists and se what’s available out there.”
Money, however, has been a stumbling block during some negotitions.
Transfer targets have often been flattered by the club’s interest, but sometimes deals put on the table have been turned down.
Greene continued: “You have to travel to get to Boston, and that commitment makes players want that little bit extra cash to compensate. There are clubs in the Conference National and Conference North who pay more than we do.”