Tranmere Rovers manager Ronnie Moore has told skysports.com that he is looking to add width to his squad this month.
Rovers have suffered with injuries this year in losing key-men in wide positions, but after Andy Taylor signed on Friday, Moore must now scour the loan market, recruiting young talent to plug the gaps in his squad.
He said: "At the moment we are putting square pegs in round holes trying to play 4-4-2.
"I must have made over 70 phone calls in the last couple of weeks and there aren't that many clubs now that are willing to let players go.
"We have been trying to bring in another winger and we have young Jennison Myrie-Williams on loan from Bristol City who is a left winger but we can't find a right winger."
One target that Moore did reveal however, is Reading's James Henry who has spent time in League One with Bournemouth this season.
The winger, who has returned to the Royals after a successful spell on loan on the South Coast last year, is being courted by a number of lower league clubs and Moore hopes he will make a temporary switch to Prenton Park.
"We have had a word with the staff at Reading and we are just waiting on the young lad who has been out on loan to Bournemouth and he's a good player.
"I'd like to bring James in because he is real quality but we are waiting on the decisions of the management to sort that out."
Henry featured 11 times for the Cherries earlier this season and scored four goals in their fight against relegation.