Date:Sunday February 8 2009
Simon Grayson is more than happy with his squad at the moment although he intends to bring in loan players when the loan window re opens on Monday.
Speaking on the official website Grayson said "I am more than happy with the players at the club but as a club you are always looking to improve your team"
Leeds only signed two players on the final day of the transfer window and one of them Richard Naylor was already at the club on loan.
Grayson still intends to bring more players in on loan and said "When the loan market re opens next week I am sure we will utilise it"
Leeds also missed out on the signature of Derby County striker Liam Dickinson by minutes and Grayson was quick to say that the deal is still not dead, continuing he said "He would have been good for us and would have increased competition for places. We will have to wait and see over the next couple of weeks what will happens, talks are ongoing"
Firstlly though Leeds need to get back to winning ways after last Saturday's disappointing defeat at Walsall, starting with Millwall on Monday night.
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