Barnsley manager Mark Robins has set his sights on strengthening the squad he inherited from former boss Simon Davey.
Robins, installed as Davey's successor last week, saw the Tykes lose his first game in charge 1-0 at Watford on Saturday and is already looking to bring in some new blood.
Robins told the club's official website: "We have to go out and earn the right to play. There is no magic formula, we have to work harder than the opposition and then we can play our football."
He added: "There will be steady progress at this football club and you might see one or two in and one or two going out."
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