CHRIS COLEMAN will name all three of his deadline-day signings in the squad for Sunderland’s Championship home game with Ipswich Town this weekend.

Lee Camp, Ashley Fletcher and Ovie Ejaria all moved to Wearside on the final transfer window, and the trio will all be involved as the Black Cats look to haul themselves out of the relegation zone in two days’ time.

Camp and Fletcher are expected to start, while 20-year-old Ejaria could find himself on the bench after agreeing a season-long move from Liverpool.

Coleman said: “They’re here to play, they’re here to get on the pitch. Kazenga (LuaLua) has plenty of experience, but he’s just lacking fitness. Fletch has the experience, he’s played in play-off finals.

“Lee has been there, seen it and done it, so that won’t be a problem, and Ovie has played international football for England and come through with flying colours. They’ll be fine.

“They’ll come in, add to us and help is. It’s just a matter of them getting onto the pitch now and hitting the ground running.”

With LuaLua and Jake Clarke-Salter having signed prior to deadline day, Sunderland managed to make five signings in January despite not having a transfer budget to speak of.

Didier Ndong was the only senior player to depart, so having previously admitted that the Black Cats’ transfer business would go a long way towards determining their fate at the foot of the Championship table, Coleman is looking forward to the remainder of the season with a renewed sense of optimism.

He said: “I’m happy. It was a long day (on Wednesday), but we got there in the end. We brought in five new faces in the window, and it’s not easy to do that with the financial constraints we’re working under.

“I’m happy with the business we’ve been able to do. It was brutal, so I’m glad it’s done, but I think it’s turned out good for us. We’ve injected some new faces into the squad.”

Jason Steele remains on Wearside after a proposed loan move to Derby County collapsed a matter of hours before the window swung shut last night.

The goalkeeper finds himself third in the pecking order behind Camp and Robbin Ruiter, but Coleman insists there is still a chance of him forcing his way back into contention in the remainder of the season.

He said: “It’s a shame for Jason. The deal was done and he went to Derby, but when he got there, he found out the deal was different, and the player rightly said, ‘No, that’s not what was agreed’.

“Jason is back with us, and he can fight with Camp and Robbin for the number one position. He can have a crack at that. There’s no blame on the player at all for what happened.”

John O’Shea is available for Saturday’s game after recovering from the illness that kept him out Tuesday’s defeat at Birmingham, but Lamine Kone is set to miss out after damaging his knee at St Andrew’s.