HEREFORD FC manager Pete Beadle says he is not lookign to add to his squad after signing former loan player Calvin Dinsley.
The midfielder was released by Gloucester City earlier this week and Beadle was quick to seal the 26-year-old's signing.
Dinsley, who impressed during his six appearances for Hereford earlier this season, is unlikely to be involved at tomorrow's game at Bideford though due to carrying a knock.
"There was an agreement with his contract at Gloucester which meant it didn't put too much of a financial straiin on us, but the board see it as good business because of his ability," said Beadle.
"We went in for Calvin because he was available and it was a no brainer.
"We've now got 22 players, including Rory Huntbach and Max Harris, and it's a really healthy squad.
"I'm happy with what I've got."
Beadle said he was made aware of Dinsley's availability when Gloucester manger Tim Harris called him two weeks ago.
"I couldn't turn it down and it's worked out great for us," said Beadle.
"His season has been interrupted by a couple of injuries and Calvin will be the first to admit that it's been frustrating for him, but there's no doubting he's got great ability and is more than capable of playing at Conferance North level.
"Our job is to get him fit, confident and enjoying his football."