Darren Moore has provided a transfer update, confirming that West Brom will still be looking to strengthen between now and the end of August.
The window for permanent deals was closed earlier in August, but EFL clubs are still able to make loan signing between now and August 31, when the window fully shuts until January.
The Baggies have brought in a number of high-profile names over the course of the summer, with Sam Johnstone, Kyle Bartley and Dwight Gayle amongst those.
However, speaking to Birmingham Live following last night’s defeat to Middlesbrough, Moore confirmed that he was still in the market for the right type of players: “If it’s possible, obviously the loan window is still open and there’s still a week of it to go.
“If the right players that we’ve identified become available out there, and we can add them to the squad then we will do.
“But that’s only if they’re available and they’re right to take us forward.”
Last night’s defeat to Boro was West Brom’s second loss so far this season, with Moore’s side not making the impact they might’ve wanted on their return to the second-tier.
Moore’s side have seven points from a possible 15, which leaves them just outside the Championship’s play-off zone at this early stage of the season.
It’s not been the start to the season West Brom wanted, so this update is positive.
Last night, against a promotion rival, West Brom didn’t look good, with Moore’s squad clearly short in some areas.
The Baggies have financial bulk behind them, which could make them big movers in the next week.
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