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Queens Park Rangers boss Jim Magilton has indicated that he is still looking to add players to his squad.

The emergency loan window is open allowing Magilton to sign players for a maximum of 93 days on loan, and he has given an indication that while he won't be adding needlessly, he is still searching.

He told the BBC: 'If a good player comes along we're going to pitch for him and if we get him them great.

'But if it falls short I've got enough cover at this club and enough quality. We managed to secure Jay and Ben.'


Whether or not any potential deals come to fruition, fans will have to wait and see, with some supporters baying for strikers we shall see whether Jim dips into the loan market.




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Date:Monday September 14 2009

Time: 6:07PM

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If he does add to our team it's got to A) be in a position where we actually need more players and B) be a good player. There's no use bringing in anyone similar to what we've already got
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