Carlisle United manager Keith Curle says that he expects the club to be busy in the transfer window over the next few days. Carlisle United have been struggling with the threat of relegation throughout the season.

Rather than criticise the players, the fans have been turning up against the board and the directors. They believe that the lack of effort from the board is one of the reasons for the club slowly slipping down the table. If the lack of results continues, the club could be facing the possibility of going out of the league entirely.

Curle has given something to cheer for the supporters by announcing that he expects the club to bring in a few names over the next few days. The January transfer window recently opened and even though the club has had some positive results in this month, they could certainly do with strengthening across the pitch.

Carlisle managed a 3-1 win over Wimbledon and this helped them get out of the drop zone. A one-point difference separates Carlisle United from the drop zone. Right now, Curle is faced with a lack of match fitness for a number of his players. Further, the club are also holding talks with striker Derek Asamoah about a possible move away.

“We’ve had little bits and pieces of interest in our players. That’s something we will follow up over the next few days. I’m not forcing players out, but if a player hasn’t been getting the game time he needs it is definitely something he needs to think about.

We’re still discussing things (with Derek Asamoah) this morning (Tuesday). He’s been able to show us what he can do, particularly when he first came into the club, and we need him to recapture that,” said Curle, whose team take on Middlesbrough in the next league match.