BANGOR CITY manager Nev Powell is planning to strengthen his squad with new strikers.
Ahead of today’s match with Airbus UK, he said: “We are to issue the seven days’ notice of approach for a couple of players, but because there is the rest of the month to sort things out we’ll take our time.
“All our present players are staying on and we are looking for a couple of forwards to take some of the weight off our two front men Les Davies and Ashley Stott, who have done marvellously.”
Bangor, unbeaten in 10 games, are up to fourth in the table. And Powell’s men have a score to settle after a 1-0 defeat in August.
Powell said: “We are not looking back but looking forward and with this great run we are on, the players are tremendously confident.
“Airbus can be a difficult side to break down and no doubt they will be looking for a point, which is something our lads will have to work on.”
Right back Dave Swanick is available after suspension and midfielder Craig Hutchinson will also be in contention.
Airbus have shown improved form recently, but their inconsistency resurfaced with a 3-2 home victory over Newi Cefn Druids on Boxing Day followed by a 4-1 reverse to the same opposition on New Year's Day, writes John Bridgwater.
Player-boss Gareth Owen continues on the comeback trail following his knee injury and is pressing for a start.
Midfielder Danny Desormeaux has served his one-match ban, while the Wingmakers have signed Matty Woodward from West Cheshire side Upton AAA.