AFC TOTTON boss Louis Langdown does not anticipate any new signings between now and the end of the Evo-Stik South West campaign.

While the division’s top two continue to strengthen, the sixth-placed Stags will content themselves with what they’ve got in their quest for a play-off place.

Leaders Taunton Town, who recently beat Winchester City to the signing of defender/midfielder Keith Emmerson from Farnborough, have now swooped for Mangotsfield defender Josh Nelmes.

And Salisbury this week underlined their intentions to pin down the second automatic promotion spot by welcoming in winger Cory Simpson from Larkhall Athletic.

“We haven’t got the capability to sign anyone else unless we get rid of someone – and we’re not going to do that,” said Langdown.

“I can’t imagine there are many sides who’ve used less players than we have. Winchester, maybe, have gone with a steady 15 or 16 and we’re the same.

“We haven’t lost too many players either.

“If someone became available and we didn’t have to pay them, we might look at it, but that’s unlikely,” added the budget-conscious boss.

“We’ll go with what we’ve got and we’re happy with that. We can’t grumble.”

Totton have one in and one out for Saturday's league assignment at North Leigh.

Right-back Connor York is fit to return to the squad, but they lose defender Dave Allen to a two-match suspension following his sending-off against Bideford.

Midfielders Jack Masterton and Matt Bozier are still injured as Totton seek to pull off the double over 18th-place North Leigh, having beaten them 2-1 at home in September.

“North Leigh are a good side, irrespective of their league position, and we will have to be on it,” warned Langdown.

“We’ll have to be physical, win our battles and clear our lines and we’ll have to try and play whenever we can.”

While last week’s 2-0 victory over Larkhall ended a run of five straight league defeats on home territory, Totton have been good on the road of late.

They won at Barnstaple and Slimbridge in the league in January and drew at Mangotsfield and Winchester.

“We did have a decent home record and we weren’t so good away, but it’s flipped,” said Langdown.

“It would be good if we get the two things consistent rather than being up and down.”