Torquay United manager Gary Owers says he could bring in some new players to bolster his struggling side.
Tuesday’s win against Maidenhead was their first of the season, but they remain bottom of the National League.
With seven loan players already Owers says permanent signings are his only realistic option.
“The players that would suit our situation at the moment are out of contract free agents, so I’m exploring that market,” he told BBC Sport.
“If I can get a top-quality loan signing in and I can bring him to the club I will do that, but it would be at the expense of someone else unfortunately,” he added.
Torquay host second-placed Dover Athletic on Saturday before a free weekend the following week – a time which Owers says will be crucial to his plans to bring in fresh talent.
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