Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp feels he doesn't need to add to his squad this month.

Redknapp says he has no plans to bring in new faces as a stimulus in their bid for a first title since 1961, believing he already has adequate depth in his squad with the likes of Jermain Defoe and Michael Dawson returning from injury lay-offs.

"I don't really see us doing anything," said Redknapp. "I'd be surprised. It's hard to find players, I couldn't say that we have anyone in mind we would want to bring in.

"It is difficult to see me bringing anybody in really as we have a strong squad. I have Michael Dawson coming back and I have Ledley King so we are not short there.

"The young right-back Kyle Walker has done well, I have an excellent left-back in Benoit Assou-Ekotto and we have cover there with Danny Rose so I am not short anywhere.

"Tom Huddlestone will come back too so really we are okay, we just need to keep cracking on."