Speaking to the Doncaster Free Press, Doncaster Rovers manager Darren Moore has said that he is in no rush to bring in a new striker from the free agent market, adding that he has been pleased by those playing up top so far this season.

After the departure of John Marquis, Doncaster Rovers manager Daren Moore was keen to add another striker. However, the transfer window passed and they have had to resort to looking at the free agent market, but are yet to bring in a new striker.

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Now, speaking to the Doncaster Free Press, Moore has said he has been pleased by those playing up front so far this season. He said:

“It’s not like I’m sitting here looking at the two games thinking we’ve not created a chance.

“The biggest thing is creating chances and on Tuesday and Saturday we created chances. The big thing for me is to continue creating those chances. We still managed to create chances against Blackpool and Rotherham who both got men behind the ball and against Ipswich who came out and played against us.

“It’s important we maintain that.”

Moore went on to praise the likes of loanees Niall Ennis and Kaziah Sterling and Kieran Sadlier for their performances in the lone striker role so far this season, saying:

“Niall did well on Tuesday night, he had a couple of chances on Tuesday and Saturday. For him, his last two performances have probably only missed a goal.

“He’s getting in those positions, he’s getting chances and he’s got to feel that his all-round game is good. I still believe we’ll score more than missing them.”

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