Barnsley manager Mark Robins is hoping his summer spending spree is not yet over as he looks to kickstart the club`s season.
Robins has already drafted in eight new players during the close season but after successive defeats he feels his squad is still not strong enough.
He said: "It's no secret I'm looking to strengthen but it's proving easier said than done.
"There is nothing at the moment but I have been given permission to do something should the right ones come along. I have to thank Patrick Cryne for that."
Robins added: "It can be frustrating. Everybody in this country is used to watching teams get the ball forward quickly and get people in the box.
"Things have to change. I know what I want. I want to play the game in an entertaining way while winning matches. We still have a few people trying to get up to speed, but they need matches to do that."