MANAGER Gary Hackett is keen to bolster his attacking options as the Glassboys head into the final months of the campaign.

Stourbridge already boast the most prolific pair in Southern League Central with Greg Mills (19) and Luke Benbow (16) leading the way.

However, Hackett admits he's still on the lookout for more options up front as the season draws to a conclusion with the club still fighting on two fronts.

They remain second following last weekend's workmanlike win over St Neots and also face a Birmingham Senior Cup semi-final against Nuneaton next month.

He said: "I am looking to strengthen but we're not talking radical changes. It is now just about tweaking things a little and boosting us in the right areas.

"We have been very strong defensively but we do need more options up front. We've got the two top scorers in the league so we've not done too badly but it would be good to get someone else in if we think they can improve us.

"Someone else out wide would also be good if we can get the right person."

Benbow picked up a knock against St Neots and will be assessed this week ahead of Saturday's trip to Tamworth.

Hackett was frustrated that his side couldn't build on their fine start against St Neots but believes his team's ability to grind out results will stand them in good stead for the run-in.

"St Neots was a frustrating game and I think it was well publicised that they had a young side, but you have to remember that a lot of those young players were on loan from Football League clubs.

"That said, it was a frustrating afternoon after scoring early and I think if we'd have got the second we'd have been comfortable.

"At times we still managed to play some great football but we know we need to improve.

"All season we have been very resolute and have found ways to win games that have been very tight.

"We are able to dig in when it is required, which is an important trait to have because you can't play well every single week."

Meanwhile, midfielder Tom Tonks has now left the War Memorial Ground to link up with Alvechurch.

Hackett explained: "I understand his frustration. He's the type of lad that wants to be playing.

"He's not the most patient but I explained that it wasn't something I could guarantee. There certainly hasn't been a falling out at all.

"He did brilliantly to come back so quickly from some serious surgery at the start of the season and we wish him well."