December 8 2013 Latest news:
Monday, September 2, 2013
Daggers boss Wayne Burnett insists he is highly unlikely to add to his squad, with little or no money available at Victoria Road.
The 41-year-old manager has 23 players at his disposal, not including Alex Osborn and Bradley Goldberg, who are on season long loans at Conference South teams Ebbsfleet United and Bromley respectively.
His squad has been boosted by the return of Luke Wilkinson and Matt Saunders from injury in recent weeks, and has little finance left available to him.
And Burnett feels his squad at the moment is strong enough, though injuries may force his hand if they do arise.
“From a squad point of view we have 24/25 players with Matty Saunders and Luke Wilkinson coming back now,” said Burnett.
“We have a couple out on loan but we are reasonably strong in terms of competition for places. I don’t think we’ll add anyone and we are not in a position financially to do so.
“If we are going to get some in it will be very cheap or next to nothing or it might be one or two loans but at the moment I don’t need anyone and I am happy with where we are at unless we get some injuries.”