New Hereford United manager Martin Foyle is confident he will be able to build a competitive team despite his limited wage budget
The Bulls were relegated from League Two last term and will be up against it as they look to bounce straight back up from the Blue Square Bet Premier with strict financial constraints put in place by chairman David Keyte.
However, Foyle believes he can lure enough quality players to the club to compete with the best the division has to offer.
“It’s what players you can entice down here to Hereford,” he told the club’s official website.
“With the contacts I’ve got in the south west and in and around the midlands, personally I don’t think that will be a problem.
“You probably won’t get players in straight away, it might take a little bit of time, it might take a few trialists, but I’ve got a certain amount of money to work with and I’ve got to do it to the best of my ability. Which I’ve got no complaints with.”