Per Kyle McCarthy on Goal.com 1. Houston has some serious reconstruction work to do in the center of the park. With Ricardo Clark now on a short-term deal at Eintracht Frankfurt with an eye towards a long-term contract in the summer, the Dynamo has already officially lost its box-to-box midfielder. Replacing its creative presence in central midfield may be the next move after Houston COO Chris Canetti told the Houston Chronicle that he expects Stuart Holden will join Bolton. Dynamo coach Dominic Kinnear can shift the versatile Geoff Cameron into midfield to help address the void, but Cameron can't play both spots. A pair of Canadians – the recently-linked Patrice Bernier and the recently-acquired Kevin Harmse – might help to provide some depth, but Houston will likely have to make a more significant move to add some attacking thrust in midfield. He is a 30 year old right midfielder who was playing in the Danish league. No official word from the FO.