Non-league football: Stone Dominoes boss Dave Dale looks to keep hold of Roland Agbor
DAVE Dale has issued a hands-off warning to clubs looking at new boy Roland Agbor as Stone Dominoes go in search of back-to-back wins for the first time in 13 months.
Tricky forward Agbor was at the fore as bottom-of-the-table Stone picked up only their second victory of the season last weekend, beating relegation rivals Squires Gate 1-0.
Now they are on the road to AFC Blackpool hoping to haul themselves to within seven points of safety.
Manchester-based Agbor, who joined from Evesham earlier this month, will be available again, lining up just behind his old Evesham team-mate Dwayne Spence.
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And manager Dale said: "Kidderminster and FC United have had a look at Roland, but I'll say, hands off, stay away and give us a break.
"He is an exciting player who goes looking for a player to beat ... and then beats them.
"The lads love him and hopefully he can be a really good player for us between now and the end of the season."
Agbor joins a host of new players down the spine of the Stone team, including keeper Jake Ratcliffe, centre-half Ash Westray and midfielder Josh Nugent.
Their target is to beat the teams around them and escape from the mire at the bottom of the North West Counties League Premier Division.
Dale said: "We will only look at beating the teams around us. We've got a couple of games in hand on Squires Gate and we've got to play them again as well.
"Blackpool are a bottom-half side, then we've got to face Bacup, Silsden and St Helens Town as well, so there is still a lot to play for.
"Everything went right last week and if we can keep that up we will be all right."
NORTON UNITED, in 13th, are looking for their fourth win in five games when they entertain fellow mid-table outfit Stockport Sports.
Tenth-placed CONGLETON TOWN can leap three places in the table if they win on the road at struggling Silsden.
ALSAGER TOWN make the trip to Winsford United hoping to bounce back from 2-0 exit to AFC Liverpool in the League Cup last time out.
ECCLESHALL and LEEK CSOB have contrasting tasks in Division One.
The Eagles host second-placed Abbey Hey, who boast the meanest defence in the league, while Leek are at home against bottom side Holker Old Boys, who have the worst forward line.