KENNY Jackett has confirmed he will turn to the loan market to strengthen his squad after losing James Henry and Benik Afobe to season-ending knee injuries.
The Millwall boss admitted his side lacked a clinical edge in front of goal during their 0-0 draw with Blackburn Rovers in Sunday's FA Cup quarter-final and wants to bring in reinforcements.
Winger Henry and forward Afobe have been ruled out for the rest of the campaign after sustaining serious ligament damage last week and Jackett is keen to ensure he has sufficient attacking options.
"Maybe we will [go into the loan market]," he said. "We will assess the games we have left. Finding a forward is not necessarily easy – you have to make sure the people coming in are up to speed.
"It is very easy for someone to come in, having not played regularly, and then lose them quickly to injury. It's hard to get into a rhythm – that's probably happened with Rob Hulse and Nathan Tyson.
"Through no fault of their own, their lack of match practice probably has not helped them. But yes, I'm sure in the run-up to March 28, which is the deadline, we will be looking to strengthen."