'Dozens' of players are interested in joining Salisbury
Salisbury were deducted 10 points for going into administration
Salisbury City manager Tommy Widdrington claims 'dozens' of players have contacted him about joining the club next season.
The Whites finished 12th in the Blue Square Premier, but would have been sixth had not 10 points been deducted for the club going into administration.
Widdrington admits his budget will play a big part in making signings.
He said: "We are what we are in terms of our financial structure and I won't bend that for anyone."
Widdrington told BBC Wiltshire the club's profile has definitely been raised: "There's been dozens of recognised Conference players phone me and text me in the last few weeks wanting to be part of this.
"It's because either they've realised what we're doing here, they know me, or they know players here who've spoken highly of the club.
"But I'll have to think long and hard because I don't think the financial structure of the football side of the club is going to change dramatically."
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