LYME Regis chief Tim Edwards would like to add another striker to his squad during the summer.

Edwards, whose men gained promotion from Devon & Exeter League Division Three at the first attempt this term, is looking for another forward due to some uncertainty over Joe Bond’s future.

Goal machine Bond could be unavailable during the next campaign so Edwards is keen to boost his forward line in case the former isn’t around.

Otherwise, apart from Joel Gostling, who is set to move abroad, Edwards is hopeful of retaining the services of the squad that performed so well this season.

“Joel is going to work abroad but fingers crossed everyone else will stay,” he said.

“Robbie Fellingham had been away but is going to be available next season.

“I’m hoping we’ll keep the other lads and maybe try to add a couple.

“I’d like to try and pick up another striker. We’ve obviously got Joe but I’m not sure how much longer he is going to be around as he could go travelling like he did last year.

“Apart from up front we have got strength in depth and it’s always nice to have plenty of options.”

Meanwhile, Lyme will not have to replay their final league match of the season against Axminster Town Reserves.

The original fixture was abandoned on 80 minutes because of a serious injury with Lyme leading 4-0.

“We’re definitely happy with the decision,” added Edwards.