Bristol Rovers boss John Ward will only look to loan market in case of emergency
Bristol Rovers boss John Ward believes he has built a squad capable of avoiding relegation and will only dip into the loan market in case of emergency.
Ward recruited six players during January to bolster what was a threadbare squad prior to last Thursday night’s transfer window deadline.
The loan market re-opens for business tomorrow following a seven-day break from all transfer activity, but Ward says the imminent arrival of any more new faces is unlikely.
He said: “I’m happy with the squad. The situation at the moment is that we will dip in to the loan market if and when we need to should we pick up a few injuries here and there.
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We have improved the strength and depth of the squad over January, but if we were to see two or three key players ruled out over the remaining weeks of the season, then it is obviously something we’d look at.
“I won’t be looking to do anything imminently because we are quite solid and I don’t want to disrupt what we have going here at the moment.
“We have people watching games and assessing what players may be available so that if we need to do something at any time we can do it quite quickly and sensibly.”