Matthew Taylor Not Expecting Any Fringe Players to Depart on Loan

The Saddlers boss is keen to keep his squad intact, even if that means some of the fringe players will be forced to remain on the sidelines.
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Walsall Head Coach Matthew Taylor has spoken to the local press and insisted he isn't looking to send any of his fringe players out on loan before the Transfer Window closes at the end of the month.

Defender Tom Leak and midfielders Alfie Bates and Sam Perry have struggled for match minutes so far this season, but Taylor, who is looking to return to winning ways away to Mansfield Town this weekend, admitted he isn't looking at losing anybody during the month of January.

So far, the club have secured the permanent signing of Mansfield Town defender Rollin Menayese, and continue to be linked with a plethora of players as their respective agents look to play the field in order to drum up some interest.

Speaking via the Express & Star, Matthew said; "For me, the group of players I work with on a daily basis, I’m extremely happy with them.
 
"What we won’t do is make a decision that weakens us. It’s been difficult for some of the players who haven’t had minutes, but unfortunately, it’s always going to be that way.
 
"There’s only a certain amount of shirts available. What I will say and will commend is the attitude of everybody.
 
"Regardless of whether they’ve been in the team or not, they’ve acted in an extremely respectful manner to myself and, more importantly, to their team-mates. We’re driving each other on.
 
"There’ll be players here, like there is at every football club, who would like to be playing games more often. But at this precise moment in time, we’re not looking at losing anybody."
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