Boston United could unveil new signings before Tuesday's clash at Kidderminster Harriers
The Pilgrims manager believes the newcomers will bring a winning mentality to the Jakemans Community Stadium dressing room as he plots getting the club's play-off push back on track.
"There will probably be some incomings next week," Cox said yesterday following United's postponement at Chorley.
"I think right through the squad (we need to freshen up). This group of players need a bit of a lift, a new face, a different voice and different mindset coming into the dressing room.
"We've highlighted a number of players."
Cox has evaluated his squad since his January arrival and is convinced his incoming players will improve the side.
"I've given everybody an opportunity to show me what they can do before this, and I've made quick decisions and the correct decisions on players coming in," Cox added.
"Ultimately, we've got one or two on the verge of coming back (from injury) and I know what they can do.
"So, obviously, there may be one or two who look at it and ask 'am I going to play here now?'
"I've had to be fair to everyone in the short space I've been here and now it's time to push forward positively.
"We need fresh faces and to plan for an exciting end to the season. I want us to really take the shackles off and go for it.
"Let's have a right good go and give the fans something to cheer about."
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