York City boss Sam Collins is still considering further additions to his improving squad, report York Press.

The Minstermen chief has recruited loan quintet Lewis Hawkins, Joe Davis, Alex Bray, Joe Ironside and Kennedy Digie since being given the green light by chairman Jason McGill to bolster the ranks following the 4-1 home defeat to Bradford Park Avenue a fortnight ago.

Better displays have since been evidenced during the 2-1 FA Cup defeat at League Two Swindon and Tuesday night’s 0-0 home draw against a Chester team who would have moved to the top of the National League North table with a victory.

But Collins still feels there are departments of the team that could benefit from new faces and he said: “We’re still looking and still think we can be stronger in certain areas so, if it’s the right time, that might be something we look to do.

“We’ve just got to be careful, though, with the number of players coming in both financially and to make sure the group is happy.”

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