MK Dons boss Karl Robinson is considering the January transfer window as he continues to prepare for a play-off push. The Dons are currently just a point outside the top six after a testing start to life under Robinson and the 30-year-old admits he may have to change things around after Christmas.
He told Press Association Sport: "It's been a fantastic start for us.
"If you look at the injuries we've had to carry and the way the budgets have gone across the leagues we have done well.
"Brighton and Swindon have spent a bit this year and there are your Southamptons and Plymouths and Huddersfields - it's a tough division out there.
"There are nine or 10 teams up there with bigger budgets than us but it's not all about the money. Once that whistle goes it's irrelevant how much you earn, I have a squad of players which I am trying to mould. If that goes well then great, if they can't adapt then maybe I will have to make changes after Christmas but that is all part of my job."