NEWPORT County AFC manager Michael Flynn still wants more new additions to his squad but that may be dependent on players leaving Rodney Parade first.

Reece Cole arrived on loan from Brentford yesterday and could make his debut at Crewe Alexandra tomorrow.

The midfielder is the ninth new signing of the summer but Flynn wants expects more incomings and outgoings before the August 31 transfer deadline.

“We’re still working on one or two others,” said the Exiles boss.

“It’s a snowball effect. Ideally for the club we want to move a few players on before the end of the transfer window.

“We’ve got to get some out to get some [more] in and players that I don’t see in my long-term plans are better off going [elsewhere] to get some regular first-team football and have a chance of restarting their career.

“I know any time that I was told I wasn’t wanted the first thing I wanted to do was go to find regular football and I don’t understand it when players don’t want to do that.

“I’ve had that talk with a few. It’s not one I enjoy but nothing’s personal. It’s just I feel that it would be in the best interests of themselves and the club if they went on loan or found a club permanently.”

Wing-back Jazzi Barnum-Bobb and striker Aaron Williams are the only fit senior members of the first-team squad yet to feature in the first two games of the season.