Truro City boss Lee Hodges says he is still actively looking to bolster his squad as they prepare to face Eastbourne Borough.
Lee Hodges will take just a 13-man squad to the game because of injuries and a transfer embargo.
"I'm actively looking," Hodges told BBC Cornwall. "I'm going to look at local league games because that's where we're having to go at the moment.
"I'm not going to bring people in willy nilly, it must be the right person."
Former Plymouth Argyle goalkeeper Luke McCormick keeps his place in the squad after joining on non-contract terms last week.
"The mood's OK at the moment," Hodges continued.
"We're all hoping a deal will be done very soon to help us move forward and get one or two players in to start being more competitive in the league.
"We're bottom of the league and we're going to be fighting extremely hard to close that gap as soon as possible.
"We know that with a few more bodies that we can compete with anyone in this league and we have for the most of it."
Meanwhile, Tim Sandercombe has confirmed on his own Twitter page that "he is no longer a City player". Sad news indeed as Tim has been loyal to the Club throughout the recent turmoil. The Administrators will no doubt have made the decision and presumably cashflow is the key factor. Survival is paramount though and tough decisions are being made. TruroFans wishes another decent player in Tim best wishes for his recovery and future.