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feat at Droylsden last Saturday when they lost 4-2.
Their management team have brought in goalkeeper Pat Weaver on loan from Scunthorpe United and two players from Bradford City, defender Kesi Omolokun and midfielder Sam Wright.
Their leading goalscorer in five of the last eight seasons, Ryan Blott, is currently playing second fiddle to Tom Corner, who has netted seven times ahead of their home game with Spennymoor Town on Saturday.
Booth added that it would be a case of utilising the whole squad for the two games in 48 hours and weighing up performances against Ossett.
“We do have some real quality in the squad and this is what made it so frustrating last Saturday, and we, as a developing non-league club, also have many more waiting in the wings for their chance from what is a good development squad under Charlie Tolley and Simon Ward.
“On reflection we did miss the professionalism of ‘Fish’(Chris Fisher) against Witton and he will be back in contention Saturday and he certainly leads by example from the back and encourages those in front of him.”