BOGNOR boss Jamie Howell is a man who stays true to this word.
So despite adding three players to his Rocks squad in recent days, the former Arsenal man says he will stick with the players who have pushed his side to the top of the Ryman Premier.
As has been the habit in recent years, the Bognor new boys come with a decent footballing pedigree: Shabazz Omofe is an ex-Chelsea midfielder who signed from National League side Bromley, while 18-year-old Portsmouth midfielder Tommy Scutt has signed on loan until the end of season.
Pagham keeper James Binfield has also been added as a back-up.
Howell said the additions were all about providing cover in case of injuries.
He said: “As is always the case with these things, people are looking to the next thing.
“But we have great team spirit and have over-achieved this season. That’s credit to the players that we have.
“I will probably go back to those we have because I trust them, like them and it’s because of them that we are where we are.
“They know us and we know that they will deliver what we want.”