Dean Saunders wants two more arrivals at Wolverhampton Wanderers

New Wolves boss Dean Saunders - when manager of Doncaster - on September 26, 2012
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Dean Saunders is hoping that Kaspars Gorkss is not the only loan signing that Wolverhampton Wanderers are able to make.

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Dean Saunders has confessed that he would like to make two more loan additions to his squad before the emergency window closes.

The Welsh manager was able to capture the services of Latvian defender Kaspars Gorkss from Premier League side Reading yesterday afternoon.

However, he has revealed that he would like to make further additions over the coming days, although he may be forced to wait until the summer.

"I'm hoping we can get a couple more players in," Saunders quotes the Express & Star as saying. "I've got a list of players who we should sign to enable us to go up, but right now, we probably need a couple more to help us stay up.

"We might have to wait until the summer to get them, especially the ones who are out of contract. I might have to do something for now, although ideally I want to sign players who are also ready for next season."

Saunders's team are currently just one place above the Championship's relegation zone.

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