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Edgar Davids says Barnet will "work with what we have" rather than adding to their large squad
Edgar Davids believes Barnet must now work with the players they have at the club rather than continuing to bolster their large squad.
The Bees added three more signings prior to their weekend 2-1 victory at York City. Defender Chiro N’Toko, who started in the win, joined the club until the end of the season, while centre-back Bondz N’Gala and striker Dani Lopez have signed initial one-month loan deals from Stevenage.
Harry Crawford, who joined Barnet from Dartford in January, has re-signed on loan with the Darts for a month, while Jack Saville and Jamal Lowe have joined Ebbsfleet United and Boreham Wood respectively on loan.
Barnet have signed 29 players throughout the campaign and Davids feels that it takes a while for new additions to adapt to the Bees’ playing style.
He said: “We have brought in two good defenders but we have to quickly educate them.
“We need to give them a quick lesson on the Barnet way of playing and defending.
“It was his (N’Toko’s) first game but he can still do better. We will train hard this week to get Bondz and Chiro on the same page as everybody else in the squad.
“We are going to work with what we have now. It is very important for us because it is a different playing style to what some players are used to.
“Players have to adapt to the system and that is not always easy. It took Andy Iro almost two months to adapt to our playing style so we want to work with the players we have brought in.”