PAUL Carden says he will not be “panicked” into adding more players to his Warrington Town squad.

However, he admits that in an ideal world, he would have made more than the two new signings already confirmed.

Forward Dominic Reid was confirmed as the club’s latest new addition – the Warrington-born frontman has rejoined the club from City of Liverpool having previously spent time at Cantilever Park during the 2018-19 season.

He joins fellow attacker Sean Miller as a new face in the squad, while the majority of the group that finished the Covid-curtailed 2020-21 campaign have re-committed to the club.

Carden has previously spoken of his desire to strengthen his squad, with a new goalkeeper and midfielders the immediate priority.

However, he insists he is happy to wait “as long as it takes” for the right players to become available.

“I’d like more to have happened, but I’m not going to be panicked and I will hold my nerve,” he said.

“Historically, if you look at the past few seasons, we’ve done a lot of business late on which has proved to be good business.

“The players that we’ve waited for and brought in late have improved us and done well for us.

“We might have to wait for a few more players than usual, but it is what it is.

“I’m not going to be drawn into signing players for the sake of signing them. I’ve never done it and I won’t be starting now.

“I’ll wait as long as it takes to get the right players in.”