Boss Steve Kittrick is calling for patience from Scarborough Athletic’s supporters during what has been a quiet summer on the transfer front.
Kittrick is certainly not panicking as he thumbs through his options, the Boro chief is still confident of arranging a squad that will push for promotion.
In that line-up will be former Halifax Town keeper Jordan Porter and ex-Wrexham striker Callum Terrell, who have already jumped on board.
“It isn’t a time to panic, but we have to recognise where we are in the football pecking order,” he said.
“If we were a Conference or a Conference North side then players and agents would be all over us like a cheap suit, but we just have to wait and play the game.
“Fans can get frustrated because they don’t see much action, but Chris Bolder and I are working very hard.
“I spoke to a player the other day who had five offers on the table.
“We are still talking to plenty of other lads, but it is about selling Scarborough to them.
“I’m not going to sign somebody just for the sake of it though, we need players that will improve us.
“This is the fans’ money, so I’ll not be throwing it away.
“We know our remit and the minimum for me will be the play-offs, we want to get out of this league.
“I think we only need five or six players, linked with the core that we have, to make that happen.”