Wise coy on plans
By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Leeds United boss Dennis Wise is remaining coy on The Whites' January plans.
Leeds United boss Dennis Wise is remaining coy on The Whites' plans during the January transfer window.
The Elland Road outfit secured a much-needed 2-1 win over Coventry on Saturday, but Wise knows he still needs to strengthen.
Wise has already brought in Sunderland's Robbie Elliott and is believed to in talks with Coventry City with a view to bringing back Matt Heath.
"There isn't too much money to spend, and I think whatever happens will happen and will be right for this football club," explained Wise.
"It will get this football club out of the position in which it is in at the present moment.
"We will do what's best for the football club but I can't go into any details about what might happen."
David Healy ended his scoring drought with a goal against The Sky Blues and Wise could not have been happier for the former Preston marksman.
"Healy did fantastically well and I was chuffed to bits for him," continued the former Swindon boss.
"He's been going through a bit of a barren spell and he knew he wasn't doing great but we've tried to help him.
"He's taken it all on board and he's doing well. He was probably lacking a bit of confidence but he's gradually getting back into it."
Coventry tactician Micky Adams was unhappy with his side's display and felt they could have got something at Elland Road if they had started a little better.
"It takes us to go a goal down before we wake from out slumbers and that's disappointing," stated Adams.
"In terms of player movement, Clive Clarke and Richard Duffy have gone back to their respective clubs.
"We'll be talking to Ipswich about Darren Currie and Matt Heath will be talking to Leeds, so we'll see what happens."