Matt Hocking believes that new signing Liam Ogden can add a spark to Boston Town.
The winger (pictured) re-joined the club on Monday evening after agreeing a switch from UCL Premier rivals Holbeach United.
“We wanted to freshen things up a little bit,” joint-manager Hocking said.
“We deserve more points than we’ve got so far this season. But things haven’t gone our way and we felt it was time to look at bringing a few new players in.
“Oggy’s a good player and knows the club from his time here before.
“He was a young lad back then, in and out of the team, but he’s developed a lot since then.”
Ogden, a former Lincoln City trainee, joined the Poachers as a teenager, before having spells with United’s reserves and beginning this campaign with Holbeach.
While at United, former manager Jason Lee invited him to train with the first-team squad and gave him numerous run-outs in pre-season. However, his only first-team appearance came in Lincs Senior Shield defeat at Grantham Town.
Hocking also revealed Town made an approach for well-travelled striker Tony Battersby.
He added: “I’ve known Batts since we were at Sheffield United together. We wanted him here but Wisbech doubled his money.”
Town were in action at Deeping Rangers last night, log on to www.boston standard.co.uk for a report.