Manager John Sheridan has expressed his satisfaction with the club’s transfer dealings during the final few days of the window.
Sheridan brought in two players as well as securing the loan extensions of Burnley duo Cameron Dummigan and Danny Lafferty on deadline day.
Matt Palmer joined on loan from Burton Albion whilst Anthony Gerrard signed until the end of the season and Sheridan believes his team are more than equipped for the fight to stay in the league.
He said: “We did try and bring players into the football club yesterday but I’m more than happy with the business done since I joined.
“We brought in Anthony Gerrard who will add stability to the back and Matty Palmer is a player who has impressed since joining us.
“There is no need for supporters to panic. I completely understand that they are frustrated but they have to trust I am doing my best for the football club, whilst working under the restrictions of our salary cap.”
With the loan window set to open next week and players out of contract and available, the manager is still planning to add to his squad
“It’s no secret I would like to get a striker in but it has to be the right one. We are in discussions with several clubs but they too need to make sure they are doing the right thing in terms of their squad situation.
“I’m certainly not going to panic, after all it’s potentially one game we are talking about. I don’t want to bring players into the football club who are not going to improve us.
“They have to be right for the football club, right for the team and add something that we’ve not currently got.”