Gary Burrell has been released by Wealdstone while former skipper Chris O'Leary has been placed on the transfer list as boss Gordon Bartlett attempts to shake up his squad.
Midfielder Burrell has had limited game time this season in his second spell with the Stones while O'Leary has also failed to win a regular first team place this season.
Bartlett said: "I said that I would review our situation after ten matches into the season and although I continue to firmly believe in the quality of the squad the jigsaw is not yet as I expected."
"We have put in several seven day notice of approach to clubs for players and we have various irons in the fire Ð we will have to wait and see what happens," he added.
Meanwhile, Wealdstone have reaffirmed their interest in the planned redevelopment at the Prince Edward Playing Field (PEPF) site after some confusion following a statement released by Barnet FC recently.
The League Two outfit confirmed that the Football Foundation had approved a £1m grant towards the cost of the first phase of the planned work and added that could start as early as this month.
However, the statement made no mention of Wealdstone, prompting concerns among some supporters about the club's future involvement in the site.
Wealdstone chairman Howard Krais said: "I can fully understand that the lack of any mention of our club in this release might cause some concerns, and could indicate to some that our interest in the site may have ended, especially since our own focus recently has been on our move to Ruislip, and getting the Grosvenor Vale site up and running.
"This is not the case and our position remains unchanged from previous statements that we have made. We are clearly delighted to have a home of our own now at Ruislip but we need to remember that this remains on a short term lease basis.
"We have not given up on our stated intention to play at PEPF and continue to consider a number of possibilities in terms of how we can use the excellent facilities that we believe will be provided at Prince Edward and continue to use Ruislip for reserves and youth football and our own community developments.
"However, as I have stated many times before, any possible deal will need to be right for Wealdstone FC."
He added: "We knew that a stadium build was not going to be part of Phase One of Barnet's plans but we are continuing to seek assurances with regard to our status at PEPF and to that effect I have been in recent contact with Harrow Council and expect to meet with Tony Kleanthous again to continue our discussions later this month."