Barnsley manager Danny Wilson is confident he has nearly assembled the squad he believes will keep the club in the Championship.
Wilson swooped to clinch his fourth new signing this week since returning for a second managerial spell at Oakwell.
The former Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United boss worked his magic to entice Hull City striker Nick Proschwitz to South Yorkshire on loan until the end of the season.
And with three other players in already, in what has been a busy and productive re-building process since his return to the Reds, Wilson is quietly confident the extra strength in depth will be key to their survival.
“It can be difficult identifying the right players and then getting them into your club,” admitted Wilson.
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