PAUL Carden has highlighted the positions he feels Warrington Town could do with some extra numbers in.

Top priority remains securing a new goalkeeper – none are currently signed with the club although Yellows have two currently on trial.

With the defence well stocked, Carden is aiming to bolster his options further up the field too.

He says the hamstring injury suffered by new signing Charlie Munro in the 3-0 friendly win over Tranmere Rovers on Saturday adds to the need to recruit further, with the midfielder unlikely to be fit for the start of the Northern Premier League season.

“There’s decisions to make for the goalkeeping position,” he said.

“I’m not going to be panicked into signing anybody – its up to the guys who are with us to grab the shirt.

“Aside from that, we probably need another three players.

“I’d like another midfielder, especially with Charlie being injured, another striker and maybe another left winger.

“We’ll never rule any position out if something comes up to make our team better, though.

“I’m not getting carried away with anything but I’m happy with where we’re at.

“You can never rest on anything and take it for granted because it can bite you on the backside.

“The lads are looking very fit at the moment, which is pleasing. We’ve got loads of work to do still but we will do it.”

Yellows’ next pre-season assignment sees them welcome City of Liverpool FC to Cantilever Park tomorrow, Friday.

It is their first game at home since the final game of the coronavirus-curtailed 2019-20 season – a 3-2 win over Matlock Town on March 10.

Due to a change in the government’s Covid-19 guidelines, a limited number of spectators will be allowed inside the ground to watch and Carden is looking forward to showing the fans what his side can do.

“It will be nice to have a few fans through the doors on Friday. It feels like a hell of a long time since we were at home,” he said.

“Hopefully we can keep impressing and keep progressing ahead of the big kick-off.”