HARROW Borough manager Dave Howell is looking to add to his squad in the next couple of weeks after the side met up for its first pre-season training session.
Howell has launched his bid to bring in new faces already, having held an open trial on Wedneday last week where he was impressed with the turnout of more than 50 players.
He said: "Ten or 11 of them have been invited back to train with the reserves and there are one or two who showed some signs of promise, so we will just have to wait and see.
"I have also been in conversation with quite a few players but as always finance plays a large part.
"However, I am actively looking to improve the quality and depth of the squad again."
But Howell has warned fans he cannot continue to bring in the calibre of player he wants without the resources.
He will also be looking to replace Daniel Nielsen, Gary Meakin and James Bent who have all headed for the exit door.
Nielsen and Meakin have both dropped divisions to join Leyton and Wingate and Walton Casuals respectively, while Bent has opted to train with Hendon, who have been pursuing the attacking midfielder for some time.
Borough have announced a pre-season friendly with QPR on Wednesday, August 13.
It is expected that the west London Championship outfit will send a reserve team to Earlsmead as they face Swindon in the Carling Cup the day before.
QPR's fanzine LoftForWords has already urged their fans to get down to the match after Borough stepped in at the last minute to accommodate a friendly against the Hoops last season.
That game ended 3-0 to QPR.