CHESTER CITY chairman Stephen Vaughan last night indicated that he will make another attempt to sign the Doncaster Rovers striker Greg Blundell this summer.
City were thwarted in their attempts to sign the player prior to last Thursday's transfer deadline, when they were quoted £100,000 by the Yorkshiremen for the striker, who it is understood is looking for a return to his native North West.
Vaughan said: "We will make a renewed effort for Greg when the season has finished, he is the sort of player who will enhance our squad."
"When we have gained the extra three or four points we need to guarantee our continued membership in League Two, we will start to target the play-ers we need in our squad next season.
He added: "Already we have targeted certain players who will consider will take us to the next stage of our development, and we want to acquire those players, or at least have a commitment from them as soon as we can in the close season."
Another Doncaster player who is understood to be interesting City is ex-Barnet midfielder John Doolan.
The 30-year-old, who is out of contract in the summer, started his career with Everton, before moving on to Mansfield Town.
Chester's reserve side are in action this afternoon, they make the short journey to Moss Rose to face Macclesfield in a Pontin's League fixture (kick off 2pm).