New manager Martin Foyle is confident of attracting the right players to Hereford within the tight budget he has been given.
The Bulls will be aiming to compete in the promotion shake-up as they look to secure an immediate return to the Football League.
But despite coming down from League Two, chairman David Keyte admits the club's player budget will only be on par with the average in the Blue Square Bet Premier as they come to terms with the loss of revenue.
That means Foyle, appointed on Wednesday, must get the most out of his side - something he is certain he can do.
"It's what players you can entice down here to Hereford," he told the club's official website. "With the contacts I've got in the south west and in and around the Midlands, personally I don't think that will be a problem.
"You probably won't get players in straight away, it might take a little bit of time, it might take a few trialists, but I've got a certain amount of money to work with and I've got to do it to the best of my ability. Which I've got no complaints with."