Barnsley manager Simon Davey has hinted he could be ready to spend some of club owner Patrick Cryne's money on a new striker.

The Reds created as many chances as Wolves on Saturday but once again failed to convert any of them, while Cryne has confirmed money will be made available if Davey wants to replace injured striker Iain Hume.

Davey said: "I'm sure that we can address the problem. I would be worried if we were not creating the chances. We are and the thing we must make sure of is that we start to convert them."

He added: "We've come to the top team in the division and for long spells we passed he ball better than them, especially either side of half-time.

"But it is what you do in the final third of the pitch that counts and once again we have failed to turn some good football into goals. When you take chance for chance, we equalled them."
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