Home   Sport   Article

Ross County likely to look for new players in January transfer window, says co-manager Ferguson


By Andrew Henderson


Ross County will be looking to improve their squad in the January transfer window if co-manager Steven Ferguson has his way.

It is just a few weeks until players can move clubs again, and last season the Staggies were busy in the new year, making five additions to a squad decimated by injuries.

Co-manager Steven Ferguson expects Ross County to dip into the transfer market to improve their squad next month. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Co-manager Steven Ferguson expects Ross County to dip into the transfer market to improve their squad next month. Picture: Ken Macpherson

County had said during the summer that it was just a case of fine tuning the squad ahead of the step up to the Premiership, but now approaching the half way mark Ferguson reckons they might need some new faces.

“I would like to think so,” Ferguson explained.

“The plan has always been to assess the first part of the season and give people a chance. We feel we’ve given everybody a chance to play in the Premiership.

“It’s Stuart’s and my job to evaluate that and be clear on where we need to strengthen.

“We’ll do that, but again that’s not as easy as talking about it. You need to make sure all the stars align.

“But that’s no different from any of the teams in the Premiership. Everyone will assess their squads.”

Read more in today's North Star.



This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More