Falkirk co-manager Lee Miller has opened up on his side’s plans for the January transfer window and admits that he is “relatively happy” with his squad – but confessed he’s always looking at ways he can help his side “steamroller” the league.
The Bairns sit four points clear at the top of League One after the first ten games of the season and Miller hinted at new faces arriving at the Falkirk Stadium – as well as one or two departures.
With the window open from today, the Bairns boss could even have a new face in the squad for tomorrow’s visit to Methil to face East Fife – although it does seem unlikely.
Miller faces the prospect of needing to bring a new keeper in if Motherwell decide to recall PJ Morrison for a new manager to have a look at following Stephen Robinson’s shock resignation.
Despite the prospect of losing Morrison, Miller expects a quiet transfer window for the League One title favourites as the Bairns look to return to the second-tier.
“We’re relatively happy with things the way they stand just now,” he added.
“You never know with the transfer window and something can always come up. We’re constantly looking at things as we want to be as strong as we can. We want to be the strongest team in the league and steamroller it.
“We’re happy with what we’ve got but you never know what’s around the corner. There could be somebody presents themselves during the window and it might be something that appeals to us.
“We’re looking at players leaving as well. There’s possibly one or two going out but we’ve still got to really go over that in more detail. There are some boys in there who need games.
“We’ve got a quality squad but we’ve got a big squad so it might be good for a couple to maybe go out and get some games.”
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