Rowett runs rule over trialists

Burton Albion boss Gary Rowett has revealed he is casting his eye over some trialists this week.

Last Updated: 26/03/13 at 12:29

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Albion are currently third in League Two and Rowett is considering adding to his squad for the promotion run-in.

Rowett did not disclose any details about the players who are training with his squad, other than to say that nothing has been agreed ahead of Thursday's transfer deadline.

"It's a good time to get three of four people in and have a look," he said.

"There are one or two non-contract players around that we could get in until the end of the season, but nothing has happened yet."

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