Everton boss David Moyes is preparing for some transfer window captures - but he insists this year he does not need to sell first.
Moyes has usually been forced to sell a big name in order to raise the funds to strengthen his squad, but this year is different.
And, having lost Kevin Mirallas and Tony Hibbert to injuries for some weeks, Moyes is keen to bolster his squad quickly, albeit with limited funds at his disposal.
He has been linked with Paris St Germain striker Kevin Gameiro and Toulouse youngster Wissam Ben Yedder, as well as a loan move for Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott, a former Toffee.
"I'd like to (strengthen), but we know I've got a very small amount I could do anything with and I don't think it will probably be enough to make a difference in what we would want to bring in," he said.
"We will probably look and see if there is anything out there but I don't think the situation with Mirallas and Hibbert would change that.
"We wouldn't be letting anyone go, but we would like to add to it if we can, but we can only do that if the players were available and it was the right deal for us."
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