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Oscar not ruling out more loan business
Albion boss Oscar Garcia has not ruled out another loan signing before the window shuts on March 27.
The squad has been strengthened by the arrival of Jesse Lingard from Manchester United ahead of seven matches this month and another seven in a hectic April.
The Seagulls' injury problems are also gradually clearing, although Rohan Ince is a doubt for today's game at Millwall.
Head coach Oscar told The Argus: "The good news is that we now have most of the players fit enough to play.
"If someone else comes it will be welcome but if not we will try to have all the players fit enough and prepared to play all the games."
Ince is struggling with an ankle injury sustained in the second half of Monday's FA Cup exit at Hull.
Andrea Orlandi has recovered from a swollen ankle and Will Buckley's persistent hamstring problems have eased enough for the winger to be back in squad contention.
Albion have appointed Adam Brett as their new head physio.
Brett has switched codes after seven years with Gloucester rugby club and helping out England’s medical team.
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