Hunt after more signings

2015-08-18 09:35
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Cape Town - Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt said he is not done in the transfer market, with the tactician eyeing a few more additions before the close of the window at the end of the month.

The Students have already signed Elias Pelembe and Daine Klate in the off-season, with the pair having an instant impact after their winning debuts against SuperSport United in the MTN8 quarter-final victory.

Hunt worked with the pair years ago while at Matsatsantsa during a successful era where the club won three consecutive PSL titles.

Portuguese youth international Joaquim Lupeta was also snapped up during the current transfer period.

Hunt, though, feels he can still strengthen key areas before the window slams shut, and plans to do just that in the remaining two weeks.

"We'd like to do some more business before the transfer window closes because we would like to compete this season," he told KickOff.

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