Max Cornhill and Mat Mitchel-King could be in contention to play for Dartford against Kidderminster Harriers in The Skrill Premier
Tony Burman hopes the return of his injured Dartford players will help reverse a run of poor results, although he has not ruled out making new signings.
The Darts have lost three of their last four games in The Skrill Premier, most recently 3-0 to Luton at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday night.
Burman was again without defender Mat Mitchel-King (knee) and midfielder Max Cornhill (groin) for that game, although the pair may be in contention for the visit of Kidderminster to Princes Park on Saturday.
He said: "We've missed them. It doesn't help when you've got a small squad and you lose players for a number of games.
"I hope that once we've got the full squad back, it will help us get results.
"There is the option to add people. I've given the players nine games and if I feel we need someone, I'll try to bring someone in.
"At the moment, it suggests we do need someone but this squad is a good lot of lads.
"They've taken more time to settle than I thought but we've had injuries and that's not helped."
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