Boston United boss Graham Drury looking to sign up to four new players
Manager Graham Drury is on the brink of strengthening his Boston United squad again – with up to four new signings on their way to the Jakemans Stadium.
Drury has held talk with two players and will be free to speak to two more on Tuesday after lodging seven-day approaches.
The Pilgrims boss was tight-lipped on the identity of his targets, but at least one could be in place for Tuesday's trip to Altrincham in Blue Square Bet North.
"I spoke to a lad today and I'm hoping that will come through soon," said Drury, who is holding a trial game this afternoon after United's scheduled home clash with Gloucester City was postponed.
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"He's hopefully going to play in a trial game for us today. If the lad does well I'll be speaking to him after the game.
"There are a couple of lads I can speak to on Tuesday. And I spoke to a lad at the club on Friday and had a positive chat with him.
"The financial side may not be what he needs at the moment, but I'm hoping the potential and the opportunity to play for Boston United will win him over."
Drury has already signed forward Jordan Smith, midfielder Anton Foster, winger Steve Spriggs and defender Phil Watt since arriving from Stamford last month.