Manager Danny Greaves is determined to find new recruits as The Robins look to gain Southern League survival.
Two second half goals consigned The Robins to a damaging 2-0 home defeat by Chesham United yesterday.
Greaves said: "In my opinion it was a poor game to watch, very scrappy, very few chances for either side, and ultimately a very sloppy start to the second half from us, and subsequently conceding a penalty, ultimately cost us 3 points."
"After that the game became very disjointed with play being very much ‘stop start’ with a string of injuries and subs, coupled with good game management from them. We got caught in injury time throwing men forward and conceded a late goal.
"I won't allow our season to fizzle out, and will be continuing to look at how we can strengthen the group, In addition to today's new signing (Brad Norris) to give us a fighting chance.
"We now have 11 games to play, the table doesn't look great but fortunately for us we still have 5 or 6 teams within 5 or 6 points of us.
"All we can do is focus on ourselves as a team and try and pick up as many points over the course of the final quarter of the season in the hope that that is good enough.
"I still firmly believe that once one or two things fall into place we will get enough points on the board to stay up. We have to stay positive and, more importantly, together."
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