I need to ship out before I bring in - Moore..

Last updated : 13 November 2009 By Bigrich.....

Despite being happy with the size of the squad, gaffer Ronnie Moore is looking to bring more quality into the first team, however his intentions of sending some of his current players out on loan have yet to materialise.

"Without including any names, I sent a circular to clubs telling them we had people available for loans but I've not had one phone call back. It's difficult because I need to ship four or five out to get four or five in who are better than we have got." Ronnie said.

"I'm trying to get a best starting 11 because there's not much between the players here ability wise. No-one is guaranteed to play because there is so little between them. Normally when you go to a club, the strongest group are obvious but here we can play an 11 v 11 match in training and it will be 0-0 for ages because they're so evenly matched. You need your first team to be better than your second team and that's what I'm trying to create." he added.

Moore is looking for a player to hold the ball in the middle a bit after last weeks 3-2 win at Wealdstone; "At 3-1 up we needed to keep the ball but we went gung-ho. We were too naive. I think we're lacking a bit of pace in different areas and an out and out passer who can get on the ball for us. That's why I've been looking at Gary Roberts."

Ronnie refuted reports that former midfielder Mark Hudson had been training with the club again after leaving the Millers in the summer and as yet not picking a club up.

Looking at the second round draw of Luton at home, Ronnie said; "You need that little bit of luck in the cup and this is a good game for us and a good opportunity to get through and get a big club in the third round."