Leeds United boss Neil Warnock says he is continuing to look to add to his squad following the arrival of Michael Tonge on loan.
Tonge has signed for Leeds on a three-month loan deal and Warnock believes that he still needs to add to his small squad with so many games on the horizon. Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Warnock said, “You have got to keep looking in our situation. If we lose one or two certain players in the team, then we do not have any back up, so we have to be on our toes.
“We have games coming think and fast. It will be difficult to get players in as and when we get injures. That is one benefit of having a bigger squad.”
Warnock is already without Paul Green and David Norris, who have picked up injuries since the season has started. They have joined long-term injured Davide Somma and Leigh Bromby on the sidelines.
Despite not being part of Warnock`s plans, Ramon Nunez has also joined the injury list and looks set to miss the remainder of the season after damaging his cruciate ligament recently in a reserve team fixture.
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