Ian Evatt says Bolton Wanderers will see which players are available before the transfer window closes on Thursday following the loss to Plymouth Argyle.
Wanderers had started the first half of the encounter at Home Park well and went close to going ahead through Kieran Lee in the opening 30 minutes, but his effort was deflected wide. Conor Bradley also saw a low effort go wide of goal.
But Wanderers were meant to pay for defensive frailties when Niall Ennis got the better of skipper Ricardo Santos to slot past James Trafford. It was a sucker punch for the visitors.
The Whites should have equalised after the break when Amadou Bakayoko’s effort was saved and pushed onto the post by Pilgrims goalkeeper Michael Cooper. But Ryan Hardie fired home a late second to ensure the hosts would claim the three points.
Following the defeat, Evatt was asked if he intends to make further acquisitions in the transfer window before the Thursday 11pm deadline. The Bolton boss admitted the Whites will look what is available in the market, as he revealed what he said at the break as he tried to inspire his side to a comeback victory.
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He said: “We’ll see. We’ll see what’s available and what’s out there. We’re always looking to improve.
“I tried not to speak about the goal because we’ve dominated that much that it was just about trying to keep them positive and go again. Second half it’s mostly all us and we just for whatever reason haven’t found that clinical edge and we need to.