KENNY Jackett has revealed he could pursue both permanent and loan signings in his bid to replace striker Chris Wood during the January transfer window.
The Lions are trying to thrash out terms with Hull City to sign Aaron Mclean on a temporary basis until the end of the season, while Jackett has made a £250,000-offer for Reading's Simon Church.
And Jackett says all possible solutions will be under consideration over the next month – providing he can find value for money.
He told NewsAtDen: "The bottom line is always how good the player is – it's a good signing if it works out. There's no right or a wrong in terms of signing permanent players or loans.
"Currently, in the balance of our squad we only can i buy lexapro have one loan player. Sometimes you can have too many but at the moment we have a good base of players who are here permanently.
"So that gives us an opportunity. But it very much depends on what other clubs say when we make enquiries. We're trying to get value for money and players that complement our current squad.
"Some are looking to sell players, others are quite happy to loan them out for four months and see where they are in the summer.
"The quality of the player and what the other club says come into it. But as a club, we're not against signing players on loan or permanently."