Kenny Jackett's comments suggest additions at Wolverhampton Wanderers are imminent

Wolverhampton Wanderers have suffered with injuries since the start of the season.

Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Kenny Jackett has told the Express and Star that he could enter the loan market to bolster his squad.

Wolves have been hit with an injury crisis this season, with their defensive options looking particularly limited at the moment.

And Jackett has suggested that he will enter the transfer market to strengthen his squad in the coming weeks. 

“We’re always looking to try to improve the side,” he said.

“In terms of options we don’t need too many more injuries to be struggling, so yes we are looking and we need to be able to bring players in at the right time, for cover or to improve the side.”

Wolves' start to the season has not been as positive as many expected, with the side currently sat in 12th place in the Championship table.

The Midlands outfit were tipped by many to be one of the favourites for promotion this term, but the loss of Bakary Sako over the summer, combined with a serious injury to Nouha Dicko, seems to have damaged their chances.

It leaves Jackett on the look out for further quality, as he aims to start guiding his side back up the table and into play-off contention.

Wolves have lost their last two matches, and they take on a very strong Middlesbrough side this weekend at Molineux. 

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