JOHN Coleman has been told players kicking their heels in the stands may have to be jettisoned through the revolving transfer door to free up funds.
Coleman wants to further strengthen his squad after landing 21-year-old defender Phil Doughty on a month's loan.
But Stanley chief executive Rob Heys believes up to six of the current squad are not assured of a future at the Fraser Eagle stadium.
Heys said: "John is looking to bring people in, but we're quite keen to see some people go the other way. We have got five or six fit players sat in the stands. We're quite keen to thin that down.
"We're not naming specific names but anybody not in the 16 is costing the club a wage every week. If we can find somewhere they can play that's good financial management for the club."
In the last month Paul Carden and Lee McEvilly have both been loaned to Cambridge United until the end of the season.
Players on the fringes of first team action include strikers David Brown and John Miles, both yet to score for the Reds this term, while midfielder Graham Branch is yet to pull on a Stanley shirt in 2008.
But when quizzed over possible departures, Coleman said: "Everyone is staying at the moment. We need to look after the squad."
Heys admitted Saturday’s abandonment was a financial blow with the club’s cash situation already on a "tight rein".
He said: "I imagine there will be a smaller number of Brentford fans next time. It could be April before we get that money back."
On Tuesday the Reds will bid to become only the second side this season to win at the impressive Darlington Arena.
The Quakers, boosted this week by manager Dave Penney’s contract extension, held sway in recent meetings, including at the FES in August.
Coleman admitted: "We didn't play well, though it was never a three-nil. They're doing very well, but we're looking forward to the game."
Captain Peter Cavanagh, still out for up to six weeks, thinks the Quakers are having a "fantastic" season.
He said: "I think they've got the best defence in the league. It's a lovely stadium and a lovely pitch. But there's no better game to go and play now rather than having to play another team that's struggling."