Adding a goalscorer is on the list of priorities for Barrow AFC manager Ian Evatt, who is working hard on putting together a squad that can lift them higher than mid-table next season.
Although finishing 11th in the National League represented a significant improvement on avoiding relegation by the skin of their teeth the previous year, Evatt was disappointed the Bluebirds were unable to mount a play-off push.
Not being clinical in taking their chances proved to be their undoing, as they finished with a goal tally of 52, the joint-lowest of the teams in the top half of the table.
Evatt is interested in turning Dior Angus’ loan from Port Vale into a permanent deal, but with the departure of strikers Jacob Blyth and Nathan Waterston in the last week, he still needs to bring in extra firepower.
Evatt said: “Goalscorers are not easy to come by, but I’m clear in my mind now about what we need to get us into that top bracket of this division.”