CHAIRMAN Dave Boddy re-vealed it is "unlikely" that Worcester City will dip into the transfer market for a fourth time this summer.

City completed their third pre-season acquisition when experienced Des Lyttle signed on to replace retired veteran Paul Carty in the centre of defence.

As Lyttle agreed a one-year-deal, forward Christian Moore headed out of St George's Lane after one miserable season to complete his protracted move to Kettering Town.

With Moore and Carty no longer part of the scene, it was thought player-manager Andy Preece would secure enough available funds to further bolster his squad, particularly in attack.

But chairman Boddy said there are no more plans to strengthen the side.

"It's unlikely that we will make any more signings," admits Boddy.

"I would think Des is the final signing this summer.

"I think Andy has come to the point where he's happy with what he's got.

"I'm pleased with the acquisitions. I don't think we want to be shouting from the rooftops that we are going to do this, that and the other.

"But we have got to be pleased with the way things are shaping up at the moment," said the City chairman.