GLASSBOYS boss Gary Hackett is on the lookout for more firepower as doubts still surrounding striker Luke Benbow's future at the club.

Stourbridge have made an offer to the powerful forward but have not yet heard if he'll be playing his football at the War Memorial Ground next season.

Hackett said: "The ball is in Luke's court on that front. We have made him an offer and are still waiting to find out his decision.

"Either way I am looking to add to the numbers in the final third of the pitch.

"We have a few targets and will looking to see if deals can be done. The opportunity is there for someone to come in.

"Saying that, we do have attacking players in the form of Kayleden Brown, Chris Lait and Matt Dodd who can be big players for us. If we were to start the season with them it wouldn't be a problem."

One player to leave Amblecote this week is the versatile Will Richards.

Like Benbow, he was also offered a deal to stay at the club but decided to return to Redditch United after two years with the Glassboys.

Meanwhile, moving in the opposite direction is young defender Daniel Scarr.

He linked up with Stour to become Hackett's sixth signing of the summer.

Scarr impressed during his first full season at United after making the step up from Causeway United in June 2014 after initially coming through the youth ranks at Worcester City.

He is the son of former Halesowen Town and Dudley Town goalkeeper Ian Scarr who later refereed in the Southern League.

Scarr junior joins new arrivals Kristian Green, Tom Tonks, Lee Chilton, Charlie Price and fellow defender Stuart Pierpoint.

Hackett said: "We have known about him for a few years as a player with a lot of potential.

"A year at Redditch has really improved his game and he could be a very good addition for us.

"I think he will also benefit from playing alongside such an experienced player as Stuart Pierpoint. Having those two together was part of the appeal of bring him in.

"The defence was an area I wanted to strengthen after last season. The spine of the side needed addressing."

Stourbridge will be holding a working party at the ground on Wednesday, June 17 from 6.45pm. Supporters are being invited to lend a hand to carry out painting and other tasks in preparation for the upcoming season.