Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson is refusing to rule out further additions before tonight’s transfer deadline.
The Staggies have made eight additions over the summer but are short of options due to a long list of injuries which depleted them for their match against Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
Ferguson says the Staggies are open to the possibility of drafting in reinforcements, adding: “We will have a look but it is not as easy as going to hand-pick who you want.
“A lot of things have to go between that but if somebody becomes available that will benefit our group then we will definitely look at it.”
County were minus seven players for their encounter with the Dons, with Ross Draper and Lee Erwin both facing absences of up to six weeks, while Liam Fontaine, Don Cowie, Nathan Baxter, Sean Kelly and Lewis Spence were also sidelined.
Although Ferguson cursed the Staggies’ injury list, he is determined to see a reaction from his players when the Dingwall men face St Mirren at home on September 14.
Ferguson added: “We are missing a few.
“I thought we had used up all our bad luck last season but it seems to be coming back again.
“We have a long injury list but we had players who can compete and do well.
“We need to see if we can improve on the last couple of weeks and we will have the international break to take stock, see where we are and then to go again.
“We need to make sure our game plan gets us in a better position.”