West Bromwich Albion manager Darren Moore claims the Baggies are after a couple more players before Friday’s loan transfer deadline closure.
According to the Express and Star, the 44-year-old head coach insisted that while there are still a number of transfer targets, time limitations may play a factor.
Moore stated: “We’re continuing to search. We’ve got one or two targets in mind.
“If it’s possible we’d like to get them done. There’s a couple of targets we’ve viewed. We’ll let the process take its course.
“The only time you’re confident is when they’ve signed and sealed. You can be ever hopeful and put your targets out there, but only when they’re signed and sealed are they confirmed. If the right players we’ve identified become available and we can add them to the squad then we will do.”
West Brom have picked up a respectable seven points from their opening five league fixtures this season, but are coming off the back of a 1-0 defeat to Tony Pulis’ Middlesbrough.
The former Baggies manager had the final laugh on the day, with Daniel Ayala’s late strike seeing West Bromwich Albion slip to 11th in the Championship table.
Darren Moore inherited a strong West Brom squad when he took over as manager at the Hawthorns late last season, but one or two final additions could be the difference between a successful or mediocre season.
West Brom have won two, lost two and draw one game so far this season, and will certainly be hoping for better results as the Championship campaign progresses.
With the departure of Allan Nyom earlier this summer, the right back position must take top priority for Moore and his staff, with the Baggies defence looking exposed during the Boro clash.