STEPHEN Quinn believes that Burton Albion’s January business will improve the side heading into the final few months of the season.
Josh Clarke was brought in from Brentford on-loan until the end of the season, while the experienced Colin Daniel joined from Peterborough United on an 18-month-deal, while only Dimitar Evtimov, Elliot Hodge and Marcus Dinanga left the club permanently, with the transfer window open until 11PM this evening.
Quinn himself was part of a first team quartet to have signed new deals this month, joining Marcus Harness and Lucas Akins in signing beyond the end of this season, with Kieran Wallace also extending his stay at the Pirelli Stadium until the end of the current campaign.
The former Reading midfielder says that the club's January business is a good way for the Brewers to have started the year, and thinks the additions that Nigel Clough has made will boost the team in the remainder of the season.
He said: “We probably needed a boost. Obviously, we have had a couple of injuries as well. I think it will take a couple of games for the lads to bed in and get the feel of it and what we are about as a team.
“They have seen what a good footballing side we are, and I am sure that the lads are going to settle in and do nothing but improve us.”