Talking point: Should Bristol Rovers boss have done more in final week of transfer window?
Should Mark McGhee have added another striker or midfielder to his squad before the transfer deadline passed last night?
The manager insisted that he would stick with the players he already had at his disposal once the summer-long pursuit of James Constable ended unsuccessfully.
A return to the club for former loanee Cian Bolger was the only business the manager did in the final week of the transfer window as a result – but McGhee will have those decisions questioned by supporters after Rovers went down 3-0 to Morecambe at the Memorial Stadium this afternoon.
McGhee watched his side lack creativity and a goal threat as strikes from Gary McDonald, Nick Fenton and Kevin Ellison condemned Rovers to a second successive home defeat of the season.
The manager can still operate in the loan market when that re-opens next week – but where do you think McGhee should look to strengthen?
Or was today's defeat just a bad day at the office? How far can the current squad of players take the club towards their hopes of achieving promotion?