HEAD coach Ty Shaw says Worcester Wolves have no plans to bolster their roster as they await the return of their two injured forwards.

Bottom club Wolves were rocked by injuries to Deshawn Freeman (ankle) and Filip Krämer ahead of last Saturday’s trip to Leicester Riders.

The double blow meant Shaw had only six fit senior players to choose from for the British Basketball League clash and was considering dipping into the transfer market.

But after receiving feedback from the medics Shaw said there was no need to find replacements.

“We did look at (adding to our squad),” Shaw said.

“We were definitely prepared if the players were going to out a lot longer than originally expected.

“But with the prognosis that we have got I don’t think that will be the case.”

Freeman suffered a serious ankle sprain in Wolves’ 91-75 defeat to London City Royals and is due back within the next four weeks.

“Deshawn came down wrong on somebody’s foot,” Shaw said.

“Those things happen all the time in basketball but it’s just tough timing for us.

“I definitely think he will be back before the month is out.

“It’s just a case of seeing how he responds to treatment and the rehab process.”

Worcester then suffered a further setback when Krämer broke his nose in a training session.

“We are looking at Filip’s situation every day,” Shaw added.

“The head is a sensitive area so you don’t want to put someone in a dangerous situation.”