Last Updated: Tue, 01 Oct 2013 17:01
Northampton Town boss Aidy Boothroyd has called on his players to step up in the face of a growing injury list.
With injuries to Jacob Blyth and Clive Platt, Northampton's striking capabilities are severely limited, causing Boothroyd to be on the lookout for available attackers as he tries to bolster his squad.
The pair will be out for two to three weeks, joining Kelvin Langmead, Matt Heath, Lewis Hornby and Alex Nicholls on the Cobblers' lengthy injury list.
Boothroyd told BBC Radio Northampton: "I think the plan is to have a look at who's out there, which we've done.
"We've got to get the best out of players available.
"In times of adversity, you're looking for people to step up, to put in top performances which are expected of them. I'm sure we'll get that. We have AFC Wimbledon away and Oxford away [next up], and both have started very well."
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