Leicester City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has no intention of making any loan singings, insisting his squad is strong enough.
The Swede is satisfied with the 12 summer additions brough to the King Power Stadium and is reluctant to disrupt the atmosphere in the dressing room.
However, the City boss did hint midfielder Franck Moussa could temporarily leave in order to gain some first-team football.
"There is nothing going on at this moment in terms of players coming in," he told The Leicester Mercury.
"I think the squad is good enough, as long as we keep producing results like we have recently.
I don't think we should disturb the atmosphere in the squad by bringing in more players.
"They would have to be very, very good players and that is not in the frame at the moment.
"Also, no-one will leave at the moment. Steve Howard wants to stay and he was important when he came on against Derby last time. I hope he stays.
"Moussa might go out in the future on loan for a month to get some games, but you never know.
"Against Derby, Moussa was in the squad but he might not be this week if everyone is available. Things can change."