Chester FC joint-manager Anthony Johnson says he and Bernard Morley are working on trying to add another striker to their ranks, report The Chester Chronicle.

The Blues bosses have been left frustrated by the impending departure of Shaun Tuton, with the 26-year-old striker expected to complete a move to National League North rivals Spennymoor Town in the coming days.

“We’re working hard trying to bring in another striker now Shaun has left,” said Johnson, whose side has been without a game since the 8-1 drubbing at the hands of Blyth Spartans on August 11 owing to postponements caused by water damage to the Swansway Chester Stadium.

“It’s not been ideal, losing Shaun Tuton after a couple of games. But me and Bernard are always speaking to players and always like to have options.

“We went to watch a lad the other night and there are a couple of other players who we’re keeping an eye on.”

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