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Poyet frustrated by loan striker search
Albion boss Gus Poyet is disappointed and surprised that he has not been able to land a loan striker.
The Seagulls need another forward, with Craig Mackail-Smith and Will Hoskins out for the season with injuries and Ashley Barnes banned.
Poyet told The Argus: "I'm quite badly disappointed with this, because I didn't expect so many players to be in different clubs not willing to come and play. I'm surprised, I thought it would be much easier.
"Players, clubs, money, nothing came together, nothing, and unfortunately the players available today are not good enough for me."
Leo Ulloa will again be the only senior recognised striker available to Poyet for Sunday's derby against Crystal Palace.
Poyet has give no guarantees that another forward will be signed before the loan window closes towards the end of the month.
"It depends what you want," he said. "If we are going to attempt to reach the play-offs we need a player that costs money we don't have and the quality of player that we want to bring being willing to come, so it's not just get a player from the Conference because we need a striker and pray that he is going to be fantastic.
"I prefer to trust George Barker and Toby (Agdestein) and Solly March and the players that we have got here than to bring someone who for me is not good enough."