Motherwell's boss wants more purchases
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Stephen Robinson, Motherwell's manager, would like even more purchases in January after having achieved his first two goals, but will have to move people before returning to the transfer market.
The Steelmen hired Ross McCormack and Gboly Ariyibi on loan after Ryan Bowman and Andy Rose went ahead, while the wider player Jake Hastie returned from a loan to Alloa. Robinson said in a video interview with the club: "I had the two goals I went to for happy club." Club like us does not often get Ross McCormack's quality and show that the boy wants to come and play.
"We want to bring him back and regain his confidence because his talent is indisputable.We want to give him a platform to help us and help him." I would like more, of course, in an ideal world, but we still need to move people and maybe see what it happens towards the end of the window. "
The striker of Aston Villa McCormack is back in Fir Park with a knee injury he suffered during a loan in Australia, but is constantly improving in the club of Tenerife.
"Ross started attending training," said Robinson, whose name appeared on the lists of bookmakers for Luton's vacant work.
"It was his first whole day and he looked good, so far as fitness is concerned, we still have to get to him, but we can not deny the quality he has and what it will bring to the team." Gboly is different from what we have, direct, it comes to people, and allows us to play a behind four, a 4-3-3 with Elliott (Frear) on the other side. "
"And young Jake Hastie was a revelation in training, Loan's loan was fantastic for him."