ACCRINGTON Stanley boss John Coleman has got a number of targets to boost his squad - but is not sure if there will be a signing before tomorrow's clash with league leaders Walsall.
The manager has asked about Carlisle striker Glenn Murray and also would be interested in bringing Yeovil midfielder Anthony Barry back to the club.
"I have made an enquiry about Glenn but I am waiting for Carlisle to get back to me and Anthony is someone we would like to get back here but nothing is happening at the moment," said Coleman. "I have got a lot of players I am interested in though."
Murray, 23, scored against the Reds while on loan at Stockport this season and played against Stanley in their penalty win over Carlisle in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy on Tuesday. Rochdale and Chester are also said to be interested in him.
Barry has had a torrid time at Yeovil since moving from Accrington last January, suffering a serious knee injury although he made two League starts this season for them.
Meanwhile, the boss is not getting carried away as the Reds push for a League Two play-off spot.
A win over the Saddlers tomorrow would be a real scalp for the ninth placed Reds. Stanley are currently on a seven-game unbeaten league run and their record is generally better against the higher-placed teams.
"We won't get carried away as we are still four points off the play-offs and 11 points off the top," said Coleman. "Saying that, when we went to Grays in November last year we were seven points behind them and they had a game in hand so they had the potential of ten points.
"By January, we were seven or eight points clear - all that happened in the space of two months.
"But what we need to do is get our heads down and not be derailed. We have just got to keep picking up points now and see where it takes us.
"Walsall will be a difficult game but any teams who come here will know they have been in a game. We won't roll over for anyone."
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