Former Brentford striker Calum Willock will not be the last new face in the latest revolution at Harrow Borough under Dave Anderson, writes Jon Batham.
Willock’s arrival this week, under a gentleman’s agreement to last until at least the January transfer window, signals there is still no end to the continual revolving door policy, which has been the mark of Anderson’s three-season reign at Earlsmead.
Former Tottenham youngster Ajet Shehu and winger Louis Montoya-Ospina joined Willock in this week’s new batch.
While Anderson acknowledges the stream of new recruits could endanger the very consistency his wheeling and dealing seeks, he pledged to have another striker in the camp ready for the start of the FA Trophy campaign at Dulwich on Saturday – and there could be even more to follow.
He said: “There is a danger we make so many changes we don’t find consistency and I suppose with the budget we have, inconsistency is something you have to deal with, but in my mind I know where I want to strengthen and that is what I’m going to do.
“So I hope to add another forward player before the end of the week and possibly another centre-half next week.”
Anderson hopes Willock will bring the nous and experience he had expected to get from another former league striker Leroy Griffiths, who arrived at Earlsmead in the summer, only to disappear again a few weeks later.