Port Vale's Micky Adams eyes permanent deals in January

Port Vale manager Micky Adams
Micky Adams' Port Vale are currently in 12th position in League Two

Port Vale manager Micky Adams has confirmed that he will look to strengthen his squad by signing players on permanent contracts in January.

Adams signed three players - Jennison Myrie-Williams, Guy Madjo and Shane O'Connor - before the loan deals deadline on 24 November.

"I'm speaking to the chairman on a day-to-day basis about players," the Vale boss told BBC Radio Stoke.

"Agents are contacting me and asking what our requirements are for January."

Adams added: "If we can, we'll strengthen further in the transfer window."

Stevenage duo Madjo and Myrie-Williams both made their debuts in the 0-0 draw against Torquay, just a day after their arrivals at Vale Park.

Vale have been hit severely by injuries in recent weeks, although some players may return in time for the trip to Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday.

Striker Ben Williamson, who has been out of action for a month with a knee problem, told BBC Radio Stoke: "It's nice to be back and I'm really enjoying training at the moment.

"Everyone was expecting me to be out for a couple of months but I've come back much quicker than expected.

"There's never a good time to get injured and it was bad timing for me.

"Hopefully if I keep training hard, I can get back in the team."