AIDY BOOTHROYD has revealed he still wants to bring a right-winger to Sixfields but has confirmed the club will not attempt to re-sign Liverpool wide man Toni Silva.
Cobblers boss Boothroyd praised the Portuguese forward, who scored a vital goal in a precious 1-0 win at Dagenham & Redbridge in March, for the role he played in helping keep Town in the Football League last season.
The club are resigned to losing Michael Jacobs this summer, with the 20-year-old showing no intention of signing the contract he has been offered to extend his time at Northampton and a number of clubs pursuing the midfielder.
Alex Nicholls has been brought in from Walsall to play primarily as a striker, although he can operate on either wing, as can Jake Robinson, who has another year left on his deal at Sixfields.
Boothroyd, however, still wants to make another addition to increase his options in the final third.
“I don’t think we’ll go back for Toni Silva,” he said. “I’m really grateful to him for and for his contribution in getting us out of trouble last season but I don’t think that’s going to be an option we follow up on.http://m.northamptonchron.co.uk/sport/football/cobblers/boothroyd-no-cobblers-return-for-silva-1-3938560
Is he not good enough???