Blackburn Rovers chairman John Williams has defended their work in the January market - which led to no new arrivals.

Williams told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph that apart from finances, there was no available targets.

"We didn't even make an offer for our number one target in the end because it was quite clear that the player wasn't for sale," he said. We also had another potential target, which would have involved one player leaving and another one coming in, but that didn't happen because we couldn't pull it off.

Other than that, no-one moved in January, within our budget, who Mark (Hughes) felt was able to improve our squad."