CHESTER manager Mark Wright is set to go into the loan market as his injury and suspension problems deepen.
City collected three valuable Conference points on Saturday, but midfielder Shaun Carey (hamstring) and defender Scott Guyett (double vision) could miss the New Year's Day derby clash with Northwich Vics.
And with Ryan Sugden still suspended for the game,wing-back Kevin McIntyre banned for Saturday's trip to Kettering and skipper Jimmy Kelly having some discomfort following his knee operation,Wright wants to make sure he has enough strength in depth to keep the promotion bandwaggon rolling.
Striker Daryl Clare has a niggling knee injury, but he still managed to bag two more goals and City overwhelmed depleted Telford with a strong second half performance.
United, who could field only two subs, were glad one of them was a goalkeeper when first choice Paul Edwards was stretchered off in the first half with a suspected broken leg.
By then Telford were a goal down in 21 minutes after Ben Davies's diving header gave the midfielder his first goal for the club.
Clare made it 2-0 after 55 minutes following great work by Michael Twiss, but after 70 minutes Paul Carden felled former City player David Brown in the box and although Wayne Brown saved Brown's penalty the striker followed up to score.
Mark Beesley celebrated his return to first team action with a header four minutes later and after 78 minutes Clare scored his second from the spot after Twiss had been fouled.