GRAYS boss Julian Dicks is set to make his first signing in prolific Norwegian striker Petar Rnkovic.
Rnkovic, 30, has scored over 150 career goals including holding the record of scoring 52 goals in 25 games in one season for second tier outfit Mjondalen.
Petar may be in the squad to face Stevenage FC tonight.
There is expected to be a steady stream of changes at Bridge Road over the coming weeks as the new regime lay their own foundations.
Secretary Phil O’Reilly has left the club. In a statement on the club website, he says:
“I have taken the decision to step down from my position of Club/Company Secretary with immediate affect. During the past ten years I, like all of you have, have experienced good days and some not so good but that’s the nature of the sport we are involved in.
An way I would like to say thanks to Mick Woodward for giving me the chance to be part of an exciting journey. It has also been a pleasure to make so many new friends and I hope you continue to support Grays.”
There is also speculation that Rachel Anderson Management will also be more involved with the club. Ms Anderson has represented many West Ham players such as former Blue Ishmael Welsh and Grays Chairman John Moncur.