Ahead of this afternoon's home game with Guiseley AFC, Chester FC boss Steve Burr has confirmed he wants to bolster his squad.
Burr has an additional £20,000 in his budget after fans dug deep to back the club's Crowdfunder project, which could reach £25,000 before that and the summer transfer window close at 6pm tomorrow.
But the manager has stressed he won't use those funds unless he believes the additions will improve his team, who staged a late comeback to win 2-1 at Macclesfield Town on Saturday.
"Before the Macclesfield game we applauded our fans because of the amount of money they've brought in through Crowdfunder is fantastic," said Burr.
"They've done tremendously well with that and we'll be looking to add to the squad by using the money in the right way.
"I've been talking to several targets this week and it will go on until the window shuts, but it's just fitting them into our model at the minute.
"It might be that we don't do anything. Just because we've got some money there, I'm not going to rush in and use it for the sake of it.
"We will wait and get the right person who we feel will improve the squad, and if that takes until the window opens again for the loan system then that's what we'll look at doing.
"That money the fans have generated has been a fantastic gesture and even if it means using it as we go on in bits and bobs then we will do that."
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Chester have taken 11 points from six games and will be looking to increase that to 14 against Guiseley, who were promoted via the National League North play-offs.
The Lions have seven points on the board but are without a win in three having lost 2-0 at home to Gateshead on the weekend.
Burr insists there's more to come from his team and has Ben Heneghan available again following suspension.
Heneghan could come straight back into the side with Michael Kay, who filled in well at Moss Rose, moving back to the bench.
Ross Hannah (hamstring) is not likely to be rushed and two games in 48 hours could be asking too much of Luke George (toe) so George Thomson, Kane Richards and Tom Peers are pushing for starts having made an impact from the bench.
Burr said: "Guiseley are a club that have come up so there on a bit of a high aren't they?
"It's another game and winning at Macclesfield sets us up nicely for this game and I know we can get better. We've still got a lot of hard work ahead of us this season but I think there was a lot of strength to keep going on Saturday when we were perhaps not flowing like we know we can."
Guiseley boss Mark Bower has plenty of experience at his disposal with the likes of Adam Lockwood, Danny Boshell and Rob Atkinson.
Ex-Luton Town striker Tom Craddock was employed as a lone forward against Gateshead, although Adam Boyes and Liam Dickinson could come in alongside him.
Bower admits few will give his side much chance this afternoon but remains confident his team can adapt to the challenge of the higher level.
"Chester had a good result on Saturday and they've started really well," said Bower.
"We'll go there and probably no-one's going to expect much from us but the performances that we've put in, we can take some heart from it because we've competed.
"I dont' think we've come off the field apart from maybe the second-half against Aldershot and thought that anybody's really turned us over. We've gone off thinking we can more than compete at this level.
"We're going to have some difficult days and difficult spells but the real test of the squad and for us is how quickly we can get out of those spells.
"We've had two defeats on the bounce now and it's important we don't allow that to snowball and effect the lads confidence."