Barnsley manager Mark Robins wants to send Liam Dickinson and Martin Devaney out on loan after drafting in West Brom striker Chris Wood.
New Zealand international Wood has signed a 93-day emergency loan deal from West Brom and Robins now has a surfeit of strikers at his disposal with Andy Gray and Garry O'Connor, another recent signing, at the forefront of his plans.
Robins said: "We're also looking to do something with Martin (Devaney) and Liam (Dickinson) to get them out playing some games, so we'll have to see what happens with that.
"I'm delighted to have brought Chris Wood into the club. He's a player I've been after since April and it's taken a little while.
"He has played in the World Cup since then and scored for West Brom this season. There were a lot of clubs after him and I'm delighted he has chosen to come to us."