KENNY Jackett has reiterated his desire to bring in new players following the departure of Josh McQuoid to Burnley.
The Millwall boss was speaking after his side's impressive 3-1 win at Barnsley on Saturday, which edged the Lions five points clear of the relegation zone.
But Jackett seemed as determined as ever to strengthen his squad before the close of the transfer window.
"It was a very good win and we want to build on that," Jackett told the club's official website. "The money, which is a considerable amount of money in our terms for Josh McQuoid on loan – we want to use it well.
"It brings in much needed funds to improve and strengthen the squad and we do need that, when you start to lose a few players with Alan Dunne and Shane Lowry both out and Paul Robinson out through injury, you do need reinforcements."
"We do feel we need to turnover and bring in some fresh players aswell, that's always a necessary at a club and it's necessary here and now."
"I thought some of our football today was excellent, we created a lot of chances and our link play and our football was as good today as it has been all season"
"We've only scored 7 goals all season away from home and that's a poor statistic and scoring the first goal is a very important thing for a side at the bottom of the table and looking for its confidence"
Darius Henderson netted his third hat-trick of the season to take his tally in the league to 12 – two behind the division's leading scorer Ricky Lambert – and the Millwall boss spoke highly of the centre forward.
"Three hattricks in a season is excellent and long may it continue," he added. "There is no doubt that, since he has come back from his injury, he has made the difference for us and at the moment, Henderson and Harry Kane looks a good partnership."