The Town boss started by confirming the team news and saying that Harry Cardwell suffered a torn hamstring in his first game for Chorley on Saturday, and could be set to miss the rest of the season.
"It’s been really awkward since I’ve been here, I haven’t had any of my strike force. Luckily, James Hanson’s in contention for not just being in the squad but starting.
Greeny (Matt Green), I’ve just been told might be available for Tuesday, but we’ve got a few injuries flaring about.
Asked whether there was anything in the happening on transfer front, Holloway replied: “Not at the moment, but the list of people who want to come here is growing and growing and growing.
“At the moment, I’m pushing them off because I’m only thinking about trying to get my centre-forwards back.
“I haven’t even seen them train yet, so it’s a very difficult one. How can I replace someone if I haven’t seen them train?
“It’s probably the most difficult window I’ve ever had, but we’ll get there.
“At the moment I’m just saying no to people. Certain people are ringing me, saying what about him, what about him, well I just don’t think that would work for us. The good news is that lots of people want to come, and I am more than happy working on the training ground.
“I watched them last night (Crawley), I’m quite impressed with them. They do things really well, I watched the game when they beat Bradford, but I’ve got a bit of a plan of what we can do against them. Hopefully, the lads can carry it out.”
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