Speaking after the Cottagers’ 3-1 win at home to West Ham, the Dutchman was coy on other potential targets, although he indicated that it is very unlikely that Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone will be arriving on Thursday.
On Emmanuelson, Jol told reporters: "It will be a loan until the end of the season. We need fresh legs.
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“My people work ever so hard, they have kept me informed and hopefully something will happen.
“We’d like to strengthen the squad, especially as Stephen Kelly left us [for Reading], so we will do something in every line; in midfield, at the back and maybe up front.
“It's difficult to get a permanent transfer like that [for Huddlestone]. I started five weeks ago and it won't happen on the last day.”
Dimitar Berbatov, who scored the opener against the Hammers, picked up a slight hamstring injury and was forced to withdraw with 15 minutes left to play but Jol allayed fears of an extended period of the sidelines.
“Dimitar has a problem with his hamstring but he says it wasn’t a tear, so hopefully he won’t be out for long," he stated.
“It’s not a tear but it’s a minor injury. We haven’t scanned it yet, we’ll do that tonight, then see what happens. I think he will miss the Manchester United game.”
|"Dimitar has a problem with his hamstring but he hopefully he won't be out for long. I think he will miss the Manchester United game"
- Martin Jol on Dimitar Berbatov
Meanwhile, West Ham assistant manager Neil McDonald declared that the club have a number of potential transfer targets of their own and refused to rule out deadline-day moves.
“[Sam Allardyce is] working very hard behind the scenes and if we can bring anybody else in that would be great. There’ll be more competition for places," he remarked.
“We’ve brought Emmanuel Pogatetz in which adds to the strength in the defence and if anybody else becomes available that we can add to the squad that’ll be fantastic. Let’s see what happens over the next 24 hours.”