WANDERERS boss Dougie Freedman is satisfied with business in the transfer window in recruiting six new faces believing he has pulled off coups signing Sierra Leone international Medo Kamara and loan defender Craig Dawson.

Midfielder Kamara has joined from Partizan Belgrade on a three-and-a-half year contract while England Under-21 star Dawson is on a three-month loan.

With the experience of Craig Davies and loan winger Steve de Ridder also enlisted alongside young potential in the shape of Cian Bolger and Jan Gregus, and only three exits despite speculation surrounding several first teamers, Freedman is a happy man going into the rest of the season.

He said: “I told everyone at the beginning of January that I had three or four targets.

“Craig Dawson was number one and we got him ahead of five or six other clubs.

“Craig Davies coming in from Barnsley brings experience of playing at this level and represents great value for money.”