Hereford manager Russell Slade says his side have got the nucleus of a good team, but need direction.
The new boss will have had two weeks to work with his players when they travel to Guiseley on Saturday.
“It has been busy and nice to have all the players except the three who have been away on international duty,” said Slade.
“It has given us a little bit of time to look at it all and we are starting to put in more structure on and off the pitch.”
Jason Pope is still struggling with a knock for the Bulls while Martin Riley could be out for six weeks or more after popping his shoulder out of place against Boston United.
Slade said, following the Boston match, that he might be looking at boosting the defence with Riley out injured.
“In terms of recruiting there are things I still need to do and want to do.”