Wakefield Trinity were always looking to rebuild ahead of the 2022 Super League season.
The sacking of Chris Chester midway through 2021 and the appointment of Willie Poching on an interim then full-time basis sets Trinity up for the season ahead.
The signings of Lee Gaskell and Liam Hood will bring in competition, but chairman John Minards explained to Trinity TV how the club is on the lookout for more.
“We are always looking to strengthen the squad and there is more finance available if we see the right player,” Minards said.
“I think we could do with someone else down the middle and you always need a creative halfback so I think they are two places to strengthen the squad.
“We’ve got a couple of concerns at centre given that they are coming back from long-term injuries so we’re always on the look out for new players.
“It’s a bit like negotiating the stadium, we’ve got to do the right deal not the quick deal and its the same with signing players.
“When the right player comes along for Wakefield Trinity then we will move and then we will see if wee can afford it.
“We will make funds available if the right player does come along, but that being said I’m really impressed with the squad.”