Tony Pulis says that he will hold discussions with Dejphon Chansiri about Sheffield Wednesday’s transfer plans after the Boxing Day clash with Blackburn Rovers.
The Owls have endured a torrid start to the season after kicking off the campaign with a six-point deduction for breaching spending rules.
That clearly had an impact on the club who have struggled to recover from that setback.
As a result Wednesday find themselves sitting in 23rd position in the Championship as we move into the festive period.
Tony Pulis has come into the club to try and get things back on track but has been limited to just one victory since moving to Hillsborough – something which has emphasised the need for improvements in the transfer market.
The Welshman is keen to add to his squad but says that everything is in hand as they prepare for the transfer window to open,
Speaking to Yorkshire Live, Pulis said: “We have to concentrate on the games in hand. We have three tough games coming up and we will try and glean as many points as we can and then take stock of where we are.
“Yes, we have to strengthen. There are positions that we obviously need and I don’t think you have to be a brain surgeon to work out where. It’s about making sure you try and get the players that will improve you.
“I will talk to the chairman. I have sent him a couple of emails. I will probably have a good chat with him after the Blackburn game.”
Asked why talks haven’t happened yet, Pulis said: “It is more my fault than anybody else’s because you get so engrossed in what you are doing.
“There is nothing that is going to change until the window opens. We can talk all we want to talk and we can send emails back and forth as much as we want to but nothing can change until the window opens.”
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January is going to be a massive month for Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls are really struggling so far this season and they need to make real improvements and quickly.
Signing players will be key and so it’s crucial that Tony Pulis gets the players that he needs to drag the club away from the drop zone.