WORCESTER City manager Carl Heeley has not ruled out doing more business before the window closes on Thursday.

The Blue and Whites bolstered their squad with the dual signing of Rob Elvins and Jay Denny from Solihull Moors last week and both featured in the 2-0 defeat to Barrow on Saturday.

With clubs unable to register players beyond Thursday, Heeley is keen to add to his firepower for the remaining seven games of the Conference North campaign.

He said: “There’s nothing in the pipeline but with Micah Evans going back to Southport I’d still like to bring an attack-minded player in because I feel that would help us.

“But that’s been the case all season and it’s difficult with what we’ve got available to us, it’s difficult to tempt players in. We’re not going to out-pay clubs, certainly in the Midlands, so it’s tough.

“It might be looking at a loan opportunity so we’ll see what’s available. I wouldn’t rule it out, it’s something we may look to do.”

Worcester were boosted at the weekend by the return of Tyler Weir following a two-month injury lay-off, with the left-back playing the last 13 minutes at Aggborough.

With versatile defender Aaron Brown’s two-match suspension also now over, Heeley admits there are more options ahead of Saturday’s trip to Boston United.

The Worcester boss said: “It’s good to have Tyler back because he’s one of the best full-backs in the league and we’ve severely missed him.

“It’s good to have some availability to us. Shab Khan’s another game through his suspension and Aaron Brown is now available but that will be compounded with missing Sean Geddes through a one-match suspension.

“It’s starting to look a little bit better for us for the run-in and hopefully we can have more variety and a selection headache.”

However, he admits there is the possibility of midfield duo Danny Jackman (ankle) and Connor Gater (groin) and keeper Nathan Vaughan (foot) not playing again this season.

He said: “Considering we’ve got four or five weeks to go it’s starting to get a bit questionable so I don’t know. I hope so but I don’t know.

“Connor has had a scan and it’s a little bit inconclusive. With Nathan, I’m beginning to think he’s broken a bone in his foot because it’s just not settling down at all.

“They are both struggling and it’s a bit worrying.”

On-loan left-back Jonathan Lynch was not in Saturday’s squad as Heeley felt he needed to “come out of the firing line” following the Fylde loss.