Motherwell manager Stuart McCall says he has no intentions of spending any more money on new players this winter.
The Fir Park boss sold attacker Jamie Murphy to Sheffield United earlier in January before bringing in Huddersfield Town striker Kallum Higginbotham on loan and admits he cannot see a reason to unnecessarily spend anymore before Thursday night’s deadline.
“There’s always the possibility that things could happen,” McCall said.
“Kilmarnock, Inverness and Hibs have brought in new players.
“But I’ve said all along we have a 20-man squad and I’m happy with what I’ve got. The board said I had Murphy’s wages to spend and I signed Higgy.
“There is a bit left to spend but I can’t see with that amount of money how I could get anyone who would improve the squad, let alone the team.”