NEW Saints coach Kristian Woolf is happy with the squad he has inherited for the 2020 season, with no new external recruits.

But he did admit, that given the opportunity, he would love to bring in some players from the Tongan national team he has coached to victories over Great Britain and Australia.

Woolf’s priority, however, is getting improvement out of the current squad.

He said: “At the moment I am very happy with the squad that we have got, but if at some stage we need to add to that we can see if that is a possibility.

“I would love to get a couple (of Tongans) over if the opportunity arose from our club and obviously from the players’ point of view.

“But the thing is, as Tonga get stronger and has a bigger presence in the game in Australia and New Zealand, some of the players that we have got there in those positions are the best players in the world and that makes it hard to get your hands on sometimes.

“But they are good blokes and the reason they are are having so much success is because they are terrific people who have a good attitude to want to work hard and be better players.

“Wherever they go they will be a real asset to their clubs.”