Defender David Edgar is looking for a loan move away from Burnley to get some games after dropping out of the reckoning in the last few weeks. Edgar has twice played this season in the league, coming in for Tyrone Mears in the away game at Ipswich, where he was sent off, and then for the home game against Preston.More recently he's struggled to get a place on the bench and has told manager Brian Laws he wants to be playing games. "I have to start playing games," said Edgar. "Whether that's at Burnley or out on loan somewhere, that's what I've got to do."Laws, who has confirmed he's looking to get some players out on loan, including Kevin McDonald, commented: "We've got to consider everything. There's no one who we can say, 'No, you're not going out on loan'. We've got to at least look at it and see what comes."David's been part of the squad and the team, and we've been pleased with his progress particularly in the summer. But there are a number of players that need to get out on loan to get games."You've got to have people knocking at the door as well, though, to ask for the players and we've just got to assess whether we think it's the right thing."