West Ham manager Sam Allardyce says he does not expect the club to be busy in the final few days of the transfer window.
The Hammers have brought in nine new players this summer and parted ways with the same number as Allardyce reshuffled his squad in preparation for the club's return to the Premier League.
The Upton Park outfit are still being linked with targets as Friday's deadline draws nearer, including Liverpool duo Andy Carroll and Joe Cole.
But Allardyce says further signings are unlikely after speaking with the club's co-chairman, who has informed the manager the Hammers have reached their spending limit.
He told Sky Sports: "I don't see much at all, to be honest with you, in terms of ins.
"I think that our finances now are on the limit, as it were, speaking to our co-chairmen. I think that we'll work with what we've got."
Allardyce added if he does make any last-minute reinforcements it is likely to be on a loan basis.
He added: "We'll never say never, you never know what might turn up. But if it's going to be anything, it's never going to get past a loan deal, I think."