BRENTFORD boss Uwe Rosler admits he's unlikely to have all his signings in place by the time pre-season training starts later this month.

The Bees have so far brought in two players, with loanees Harlee Dean and Adam Forshaw making their moves to Griffin Park permanent.

Rosler is still keen to bring Everton youngster Jake Bidwell back to the Bees next season, but must wait to see what David Moyes has planned for the talented teenager.

The German also wants to add two strikers to his squad, with Paul Hayes and Billy Paynter believed to be among the names in the frame, while he is looking at other right-backs, with Shaleum Logan's future still in the balance.

He said: “It's still early days. We have concrete targets but it's very quiet at the moment.

“Some figures that are being mentioned aren't realistic.

“We are trying to get everyone in place before pre-season training starts, but I doubt that will happen.”

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