Beavers boss Alan Dowson has revealed he will disclose details of his playing budget should Hampton & Richmond Borough win the Ryman Premier League tomorrow.

Hampton need a point to be certain of claiming the title when play-off chasing Enfield Town visit the Beveree tomorrow on the regular season's final day.

Fans and managers of rivals clubs have bemoaned the resources at Dowson's disposal this term often claiming the Beavers have spent big to secure a return to National League South.

Fees have been paid to sign the likes of former Kingstonian defender Josh Casey, but the Beveree chief insists he and club chairman Steve McPherson have not broken the bank to land the title.

"People are always talking about budgets and saying we have spent this or that and they can talk all they like," said Dowson.

"I'm more than happy to say what my budget has been this year once the season is over and a lot of people will be surprised.

"I think we will just about be in the top 10 - if that - compared to the spending of others in this league.

"Everything we have got this season has come from the hard graft of people behind the scenes to make it happen."

Enfield are one of only eight teams in the 24-team division with anything riding on the outcome of Saturday's fixtures and Dowson has admitted his men may have to do things the hard way.

"If you look at my management record I have never been one to do things the easy way," he added.

"Bognor have lost three games in the run-in to let us in and we have just got to crack on and finish the job.

"I have every confidence we will do that."