Yeovil Town manager Darren Sarll has said the club will have to wait until nearer the start of the National League season to sign another striker.

Speaking to the club’s YouTube channel to answer fans’ questions, he said he would have to wait until players’ demands came within the club’s financial “capabilities.”

However, he said he believed that current strikers Reuben Reid and Joe Quigley could be sufficient backed up by support from midfield.

Asked if the squad was forward of attacking options: “We are only short if we carry on playing with two, if we play with one and wide players we are comfortable with Reuben (Reid) and Joe (Quigley).

“We are not close to signing a forward, we will have to wait late for that one because forwards go for higher premiums and we are going to have to wait til they come within our capabilities.”

He added: “In my first year (2019-20) we only had Rhys Murphy and Courtney (Duffus) until seven or eight games in and then we got Gold (Omotayo) and then we signed Chris Dagnall, so I think it may follow that trend this year.

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