CHESTER City are set to include a number of trialists when they face Blackpool at the Deva Stadium tonight.
Boss MarkWright was reasonably satisfied with his team'sperformance in Saturday's 2-0 defeat against Chesterfield but will continue to search for a winning blend.
"For 70 minutes I thought we were very good. There were lots of good performances and our shape was good," he said.
"I don't think they caused us any problems for 65-70 minutes but then Mikael Wolski should have dealt better with the situation prior to the first goal and the second goal was down to Sean Hessey.
"We need four more players and I shall be working on that this week."
Wright revealed that former Stockport County midfielder Wolski, who has been on trial, will not be offered a contract.
It is thought that Wright is looking to bring in a goalkeeper, two midfielders and a striker.
The crowd had to wait until the 24th minute for the first chance when Kevin Sandwith's free-kick found Jon Walters, but the former Wrexham striker's header was cleared off the line by Steve Blatherwick.
City keeper John Danby then made a good save to deny Shaw.
Walters, who was the pick of the City strikers, was again denied five minutes into the second half when Blatherwick made an excellent tackle.
Chester made four substitutions after 58 minutes and 60 seconds later they were behind.
Wolski reacted slowly and Mark Allott hit a 25-yarder past Danby.
City's Broughton and Sandwith went close before Chesterfield doubled their advantage.
Aformer Tranmereduo did the damage as Wayne Allison provided the through ball for Paul Hall.