HAMWORTHY United boss Dan Cann is looking to freshen up his squad after an indifferent start to the season.

After finishing in the Southern League Division One South play-offs in their debut season in the eighth tier, Hammers have taken three points from two league fixtures this term.

They continue their league campaign when they visit Evesham United tomorrow, a side they defeated in the play-offs last term.

However, an early end to their FA Cup run at the hands of Wessex Premier outfit Moneyfields has left Cann looking to draft in reinforcements.

He told the Daily Echo: “We've had a bit of an indifferent start to the season, so it's been tough in patches.

"But made a few changes to the squad, so a few out, a few in.

"Just looking to really refresh things a little bit, to be honest, and kick on and almost start again.

“It's just getting back to basics, getting the lads enjoying it.

“We just need to get back to what we were doing last season.

“Just hopeful that we can turn a corner, really, after the FA Cup game, because that was very disappointing.

“But I know the lads have got a lot more in them.

“I don't have any concerns, I'm sure we'll be fine moving forward.”

Cann is looking at the loan market in order to bolster his options, with youngster Owen Pelham training with Hammers this week.

The midfielder has Southern League experience, having played on loan at Lymington Town from AFC Totton last term.

“I have made a loan signing this week of a lad called Owen Pelham from Totton on loan,” explained Cann.

“Jimmy’s been really helpful and we've had Owen in this week for a full week of training.

“Really looking forward to working with Owen, he's got a great attitude, great mentality, great work rate and he's got a lot of quality as well.

“I can't say at the moment because we're just tying up the deal on another loan deal as well for another midfielder.

“Hopefully he should be in the squad for tomorrow, but just tying up the paperwork on that one. “And then I've actually got someone else lined up to come in from next week as well.

“So as I said, a few changes, looking to freshen things up and really sort of continue the pathway of giving some younger players a chance, some really promising young talents locally, giving them an opportunity to play, improve themselves in the Southern League.”