BURTON Albion boss Gary Rowett could move in the loan market when the window reopens in 10 days’ time.
The Brewers were unlikely to add to their squad before last night’s 11pm permanent transfer deadline as the Mail went to press.
But Rowett could bring in additional reinforcements – if needed – when the loan window opens again.
“Realistically, we’ve done all our permanent transfer business for now,” he told Mailsport.
“The group is still gelling itself together and I don’t see any reason to bring someone in at this late date.”
Rowett has brought in 12 players on permanent and loan deals this summer as he looks to build on last season’s League Two play-off semi-final appearance.
With several injuries, notably to Zander Diamond, Alex MacDonald and Billy Kee, it is unlikely anyone will be allowed to leave the Pirelli Stadium, although there have been one or two enquiries.
“We’ve only got a squad of 18 or 19 players,” said Rowett. “We’ve always had two or three injuries from the start of the season too.
“If everyone was fit there might be an opportunity for one or two to go out on loan and get some games.
“There have been a few enquiries for the younger players but they’re part of what we’re doing now and I want to keep them at the club.”