Dartford boss Tony Burman is chasing another striker after Harry Crawford returned to Edgar David's Barnet
Dartford manager Tony
Burman is heading back into the transfer market.
Harry Crawford’s loan spell
at Princes Park came to an end after League
2 Barnet recalled him.
Injuries at Underhill meant
the Bees were keen to have their striker back, having signed
him on a three-year deal from Dartford in January.
(pictured) joined up with Edgar Davids to pursue his
professional career but the subsequent arrival of fellow strikers
Craig Beattie and Dani Lopez pushed him down the pecking
That heralded his temporary
return to Dartford and a run of four games in the FA Trophy
and Blue Square Bet Premier.
But he missed Saturday’s win
over Wrexham with a hamstring injury.
Dartford manager Tony Burman
said: ""If Barnet didn’t have the injury problems they’ve got,
Harry would be staying. It’s just one of those things.
"I’d like to bring in another
forward and I’m speaking to someone at the moment."