Busy Dave Anderson has lined up a third transfer swoop after pulling off two coups last week.
The Northwood manager has high hopes of adding another forward, with higher league experience, to his play-off chasing squad, in time for Saturday's visit of lowly Maldon Town.
Anderson has already bolstered the Woods with the signings of 25-year-old Billericay Town midfielder Solomon Henry, who made his debut in the 2-1 win at Cheshunt, and free agent Dwayne Plummer, although the latter is currently living in Bristol and is not expected to feature imminently.
The manager was very close to bringing in Ricci Grace but at the last moment he joined his local team Harlow Town, while Michael Gordon is still weighing up offers from Grays Athletic and Hitchin Town.
"I still feel we're light with strikers," admitted Anderson. "Our front line on Saturday was four right-wingers - we had more right-wingers than the National Front!
"Solomon Henry I had as a player at St Albans and he can play up front but he's a right-sided player.
"He impressed me in the period I had at St Albans so I expect him to play this level comfortably.
"I've signed Dwayne but I don't expect to see him for a couple of weeks, but for the run in he would be great.
"He brings great experience." Plummer is a 29-year-old attacking midfielder or striker with an impressive pedigree having played professionally for both Bristol City and Rovers, as well as for Anderson at Hendon and AFC Wimbledon, before turning out for Boreham Wood and Carshalton Athletic last season.
He would bring a wealth of knowhow to what is still a very young Woods team but one which has stormed into fourth place in Ryman One North on the back of a superb haul of 27 points from a possible 33.
But the games are coming thick and fast now and Northwood face three matches in five days starting with tonight's (Wednesday) trip to mid-table Enfield Town.
Maldon come to Northwood Park on Saturday before the Woods face a real test of their promotion credentials away to runaway leaders Aveley on Monday.
"Because of what we've done in the last few weeks every game will have a big bearing now because we're in a position where we're right in the mix," commented the manager. "When you're not in the mix only one in every five games is important, but while they're all three points they're all as big as each other and we're very much focused on the next one."
Michael Peacock (groin), Danny Power (Back) and Ryan Tackley (flu) all hope to be available.