Leeds United boss Neil Warnock will be hoping to add to his squad before the game with Nottingham Forest at the weekend.
Warnock is looking for a replacement for Ross McCormack, who is likely to be on the sidelines for at least two weeks.
McCormack was forced off inside five minutes of the game at Cardiff City on Saturday after suffering an ankle injury and Warnock admits that he will not have time to bring in a new player before the home game with Hull City on Tuesday night but he is hoping to have something sorted for the weekend. Speaking on the official website, Warnock said, ‘It’s a bit late now because most of the better players have already gone out and I’m not bringing someone in for the sake of it’
‘It has to be someone who can improve the squad really.
‘We are looking and we’d love to get someone in before the weekend, but the Hull game will be too early.”
Warnock is already without Paul Green and David Norris who started the season and defender Adam Drury is also a doubt for Tuesday night after picking up a knock at the weekend.
The loss of McCormack could mean a chance for Andy Gray or youngster Dominic Poleon who are still waiting to make their first start this season.
El Hadji Diouf and Luke Varney could also be pushing for a place in the starting line-up after starting the weekend`s game on the bench.
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