Tisdale prepared to play waiting game in search for right-back
Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale admitted he is prepared to wait to get the right value for money as he searches for a full-back in the transfer market.
City are searching for a right-sided defender after letting go of Kevin Amankwaah and Steve Tully in the summer as they didn't have enough money to keep either player.
However, the Grecians have since been given a cash boost from a sell-on clause from Scott Golbourne's move from Barnsley to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
As a result Tisdale is actively looking for replacement.
“I will be looking and I will be seeing if I can get the value for money that I need
"I will be looking to pick up someone with circumstances in our favour. We will have to do slowly and patiently and I’ll have to wait for the right one. If that means we have to wait another two, three or four weeks or longer so be it."
Tisdale has been trying out a number of different players in the right-back position, with central defender Pat Baldwin the latest to fill the vacant spot.
He featured against York City, Wycombe and Dagenham & Redbridge at right-back and Tisdale admits he is doing a good job.
“Pat Baldwin did well again at the weekend. The perception was that he got beat a couple of times by a winger therefore he found it hard. I would disagree with that, he was up against a very effective winger once or twice in the game and anybody would have struggled with that and I think some of his general play was very good again."