ALLOA have added to their ranks as they welcome Ethan Sutherland on loan from St Mirren until the rest of the season.

The 17-year-old comes in to provide vital cover on the left flank, following an injury to Euan Deveney and the departure of Josh Debayo.

Sutherland made his debut in Alloa colours in the 3-2 win over Annan on Saturday, providing a sublime assist to Bobby Wales for his opener.

With the loan window still open, Graham spoke to Advertiser Sport to discuss his squad options and address if the club would be looking for more.

“I’m happy with the squad I’ve got,” Graham said. “If there’s any movement within that - with Josh Debayo deciding to go home and we wish him all the best - we'll try and do it.

“That gave the opportunity for Ethan to come in and it’ll be similar moving forward – if something was to give, then we would maybe look at it but I’m really happy with the squad I’ve got until the end of the season.

“It’s now down to myself and the coaching staff to get the best out of that group of players to hopefully finish as high up the league as we can.”

The Alloa transfer window had been busier than some were expecting, with several high-profile departures.

Brad Rodden made the move down the leagues to join League Two high fliers Stenhousemuir, bolstering their attacking options as they continue their campaign at the top of the fourth division.

Debayo made the decision to leave the club, wishing to return to England to be closer to his family.

Third choice goalkeeper Keir Burt made the move across Clackmannanshire, joining Sauchie Juniors and making his debut in a 2-1 win over Kinnoull.

In terms of incomers, Sutherland is the only new face, but Bobby Wales extended his loan deal until the end of the season, where he continues to climb up the goalscoring ranks for this season.