THE Chester City manager Mark Wright will endeavour to make more additions to his relegation-threatened squad by bringing in at least one new signing in the next few days.
"I could well bring in another loan signing in the near future. There are a number of players that I am looking at. Hopefully something will be concluded in a few days' time," said Wright last night.
"I know where we need to strengthen and I aim to improve the squad, not just for this season but also for next."
The City boss is thought to be interested in bringing in another central defender and a reserve goalkeeper, following the transfer of reserve shotstopper Stuart Jones, who has joined first division Sheffield Wednesday.
One player who is on the verge of leaving the Deva is midfielder Scott Ruscoe. Ruscoe will have talks with League of Wales table-toppers TNS Llansantffraid in the next few days with a view to a permanent transfer. No fee will be involved.
The 25-year-old former Newtown player is surplus to requirements following the arrival of Stuart Whittaker from Southport 10 days ago.
Chester's scheduled Nationwide Conference game at Nuneaton Borough was postponed because the Manor Park pitch was under two inches of water following heavy rain in the Midlands.
Wright took advantage of the blank weekend to give his players extra training at the Deva Stadium.
"It was disappointing that the game was called off, particularly as we are in a good run of form," reflected Wright.
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