STANLEY boss John Coleman's hunt for players continues across the Irish Sea.
Coleman is still looking to bring four new faces to the FES, as he wants to strengthen "all over the park".
The Stanley manager took the opportunity, while doing his A licence coaching course in Belfast this week, to speak to some of the best local players.
Coleman said: "You've got to get yourself qualified for your own personal development. Also, you make contacts with people from other clubs and I'm speaking to a couple of good players."
Last week Stanley raided the Scottish leagues to pick up Partick Thistle goalkeeper Kenny Arthur.
And the club has now announced a week-long, three-match pre-season tour north of the border.
But Coleman insists that it will be no "jolly'' for the players. "It will be hard work because the lads will be training every day," he said.