Date: 15th September 2014 at 5:50pm
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York City manager Nigel Worthington has confirmed his intentions to move into the loan market.

“We’re here to try and get results and push the club forward” – Nigel Worthington

The Minstermen have won just once in nine attempts in all competitions so far and suffered their first league defeat of the season at the weekend.

As a result, Worthington is keen to bring both a new striker and winger into the club – with his side having managed a rather modest eight goals during that period.

“Calls have been made,” Worthington told BBC Radio York. “But until the right personnel is able to come in and make better there’s no point bringing the same as in because you just overcrowd the place. We’re waiting on other clubs, really, to see what the situation is.

“Don’t expect anything to happen before tomorrow,” he added. “But nobody can’t say they’ve had an opportunity in various positions. I’m not here to entertain people. We’re here to try and get results and push the club forward.”

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