Wage demands hindering Mariners' player search
ROB Scott admits Grimsby Town's search for reinforcements is being hindered by high wage demands and the club's non-league status.
The joint bosses have made no secret of their desire to add to their squad – with a forward and winger high on their wish-list.
But, so far, their enquiries have ended in frustration.
Scott said: "We're always looking, for a striker or a wide player, but if they're not out there and available then what can you do?
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"People say 'why don't you get him or him?' Well, unfortunately they're on about £5,000 a week, so it's never going to happen.
"People have to be realistic about what we can afford, and we also need to make sure they can fit into the group and have the right attitude to want to come and play in the Conference.
"That's the other thing we're up against – we speak to a number of agents, players and clubs asking about the availability of players and you get told 'no, he doesn't want to drop down to the Conference.'
"So it is very difficult to attract the players to the club who are going to add to our squad.
"We know what we need to do, and we'll keep looking."