Westley wary of using loan market
Boro boss Graham Westley is not expecting to take advantage of the loan window but will keep his eyes open for any deals. Westley is wary of upsetting the equilibrium he has established within the Boro squad that has seen them go 14 matches unbeaten an
Boro boss Graham Westley is not expecting to take advantage of the loan window but will "keep his eyes open" for any deals.
Westley is wary of upsetting the equilibrium he has established within the Boro squad that has seen them go 14 matches unbeaten and would have to loan players out before getting anyone else in.
"I'm not expecting to do anything. I will always have my eyes open and I will be prepared to do something if it feels right," Westley told The Comet.
"But I'm not sitting here with an open cheque book. I would have to let somebody out to get someone else in like with the Luke Oliver and Jon Ashton situation."
Westley believes his players have earned the right to be part of the Boro squad thanks to their fantastic run of results.
"I also want people to know that doing a really good job is worth something and reward that. I've got to be really careful because I don't want to disrupt anything.
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"If something comes along then I will be prepared to do something but it's a difficult one because we are not in a position where we can go out and spend.