Chelsea assistant manager Roberto Di Matteo is not expecting the club to be busy in the transfer market this month.
The Blues have had a bid accepted by Bolton for Gary Cahill, although personal terms have yet to be agreed with the defender.
Nicolas Anelka has already departed for pastures new while the futures of Didier Drogba and Salomon Kalou remain uncertain.
Despite the prospect of more departures, Di Matteo does not believe Andre Villas-Boas will spend big as is happy with his squad.
"I wouldn't expect too much to happen in this market," commented Di Matteo.
"We are happy with the quality we have.
"We are very happy with the team, with the players we have."
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