Leeds United boss Simon Grayson is unlikely to strengthen in January as his Championship squad is currently strong enough. The Whites have made a solid return to life in England's second tier and are in the top half of the table on the back of a six-game unbeaten run.
Grayson made a host of new signings following promotion and he does not feel he needs to continue strengthening in the New Year.
"If there's an opportunity in January to get a couple of players in to keep us going then we'll try and do that, but we've got a very good squad at the moment," he told the Yorkshire Evening Post.
"You always want to improve your options but there are players here who've hardly played any football for this club - lads like Ross McCormack and Billy Paynter. Saturday was the first time they've played together.
"Them being fully fit is like having two new signings. I'm happy with how we are and with the way we're playing."