But Gradi told the club's official website: "We wanted Steve to come here and he was keen to come here, so to get everything sorted out with Bristol Rovers is good.
"We now have two goalkeepers here who have been training well of late.
"I wouldn't worry about having to put Adam in if needs be. Both of them have trained well and have been difficult to beat, so we are not desperate there.
"I think it will be interesting to see Adam develop as a goalkeeper and I'm sure having Steve here will only help him improve."