BRENTFORD boss Uwe Rosler insists he's not pressing the panic button after seeing two signings fall through in the final few days of the transfer window.
The Bees brought Marcello Trotta back to Griffin Park for another loan spell and signed French youngster Raphael Calvet , although the latter is a long-term project and not ready for first-team action.
Rosler saw two other deals go down the pan, but insists he's happy with his squad and can use the loan market if he needs to strengthen further.
He said: “We worked hard and had targets for certain positions. We got one in that we are happy with.
“We had a couple fall through. One player completed a medical and there was another where everything was agreed but he changed his mind at the last minute.
“But we're not panicking – we have plenty of quality in our squad already.
“There's still opportunities to strengthen when the loan window opens and in January, but we won't bring players in for the sake of it.
“It has to be the right player for the right price at the right time.”
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