Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has suggested that his club will not rush into making new signings this month.
While other big clubs from the Premier League have conducted major business or are aiming to bring in players to their squad this month in order to bolster their sides for the second half of the season, it appears that Pochettino is in no such rush to make additions to his side.
Instead he is content with what he has at the moment and will only add to his squad should a player have good value in the long-run.
The 45-year-old said: “I’m not concerned, I’m not worried. We’re working. We’re awake to the market. If something is available on terms we can take, of course we’ll do it. But if not, no.”
Earlier this week, Spurs allowed Georges-Kevin N’Koudou to move to Burnley on a loan deal and continue his development.