Harry Redknapp has insisted he is not looking to bring in another goalkeeper following the injury to Heurelho Gomes.
Tottenham are still waiting to discover the extent of the thigh problem Gomes suffered in Wednesday's clash with Hull City but he is expected to be sidelined for some time.
20-year-old David Button has been recalled from his loan spell at Crewe, while Carlo Cudicini will continue between the posts in Gomes' absence.
Redknapp has been linked with a move for David James after working with the England international at Portsmouth but he maintains that he is happy with his existing options.
"I couldn't do anything with David," Redknapp said on Sky Sports News. "I think he's a great goalkeeper but he belongs to Portsmouth and we're not in the market to buy another goalie.
"As long as Carlo is playing and he's fit then we're okay. We've got two top keepers, one of them is injured, but I've still got Carlo."
There are less than two weeks of the transfer window remaining and Redknapp says he has no plans to do any more business.
"We're not really chasing anybody," he said. "If somebody comes in and offers silly money for one of our players and it is something we wanted to do, then we may go and find somebody who would improve us."
Tottenham sit top of the Premier League table after two impressive wins but Redknapp has played down talk of a UEFA Champions League finish.
"To break into the top four is very difficult. We just have to take it as it comes and see where we end up," he stressed.
"We've had a terrific start but it is only two games. If we are still up there after 18 or 20 games then I think we'd all be getting a bit more excited but at the moment it is just a good start, nothing more."