HARROW Borough manager David Howell insists he is in no rush to add new faces for next season after pledging his faith in the current squad.
There has been little transfer activity to or from Earlsmead since the season ended; Howell says he is waiting for the opportune moment to snare the right players.
Howell said: "It is a bit early yet, what with our situation and that the players I've spoken to have other options. I've spoken to several managers about players but there is nothing major to report as of yet.
"Most of the players I have now are looking to come back and seem quite happy to sign. There are one or two that might not be here next season though."
One of those is almost certainly to be disillusioned striker Jonathan Constant.
A product of the club's youth policy, the 20-year-old feels the time has come for him to leave Earlsmead.
The main reason is that he failed to fully recapture the form he showed before a car accident during the 2005/6 season.
He scored eight goals in 37 appearances last season and Howell says he will stand by whatever decision Constant makes.
"He's disappointed with the way things have gone for him and the last conversation I had with him suggested he felt he needed a change," added Howell.
"He realises some of his behaviour has been difficult in the past and that we've given him several second chances, but I think he feels he wants to see what the grass is like on the other side."