Port Vale caretaker boss Michael Brown says they'll have to go with what they've got for today's game against Bradford.
It's after none of the free agents they had on trial this week were taken on, with the gaffer admitting those available to them at the moment are not currently match fit.
The Valiants were looking for cover, with Nathan Smith the only centre half available due the suspension of Kjell Knops and injury picked up by Remie Streete.
Preparations for today's game have been less than ideal, with Storm Doris putting an end to Thursdays planned training session.
Brown says that despite slipping into the relegation zone, they will take a lot of positives from last weekend's game against Bristol Rovers that they will aim to bring in to the clash with the Bantams.