Mar 26 2010 By Greg Burns
CHESHAM United boss Andy Leese is looking to add some players to his squad as he prepares for the business end of the season.
Back-to-back away wins at Woodford and Romulus have boosted United's play-off and even title ambitions this season.
They return to home comforts this weekend with a clash with Biggleswade Town at The Meadow before league leaders Burnham visit on Tuesday night.
With just four weeks left of the season, Leese's side have to play nine games in the final run-in.
That has left the United chief looking as possible recruitments to help push his side over the finish line.
He said: "We picked up a few knocks this week which is to be expected, but the squad still has some depth to it and we will need that with Easter approaching.
“We are still looking at our options and would like to add a couple of players we have identified, but as ever it comes down to the resources we have and the players in question wanting to join.
“It may be that we dual register some players with other clubs to cover our options.
"We have had a heavy schedule of games recently, but we have come through them in pretty good shape. The race for the title and the play offs is well and truly in gear, and we know we have to work harder each game to maintain a challenge.”