NEW Oldham boss Dino Maamria is pleased with the players he has at his disposal but isn't ruling out dipping into the free agent market.

Latics owner Abdallah Lemsagam oversaw an overhaul of the squad in the summer and Maamria believes some of those at Boundary Park, are too good for League Two.

The head coach thinks his challenge is help those brought in from abroad get up to speed with the English game. 

"I’ve been very impressed," Maamria said.

"We’ve got very, very good footballers. I’m actually surprised some of them play in League Two.

"The chairman has done fantastically well to recruit some of those players from overseas because they are good players.

"They just need to adapt a little bit to the English way. That’s the physicality of English football and the defensive organisation but that’s an easy fix.

"As talent they are outstanding. I’ve been watching their previous games on video and they should have won every one.

"They are a work in progress and the next few games will be vital for us because momentum will give them more confidence.

"If this team play with more confidence then they can beat anybody at this level."

At the same time Maamria concedes his squad could do with more depth and that picking up unattached players is an option.

"We'll a little bit light in certain areas of the pitch, and we'll look into that," he said.

"The transfer window is closed but if there are free agent players that could improve us I'm sure we could bring them in.

"I've got enough in the dressing room to win football matches and that's what I'm focused on."