Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted he will not be looking to add to his squad in the January transfer window.
The Red Devils currently sit in 1st place in the Premier League, six points clear of rivals Manchester City after a comfortable 3-1 win over Sunderland yesterday.
Manchester United have been linked with moves for Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski and Porto's James Rodriguez, while the apparent availability of Wesley Sneijder has sparked rumours the Old Trafford outfit could be ready to reignite their interest in the Dutchman.
More recently, reports suggested the Old Trafford-based club could be ready to make a move for Arsenal contract rebel Theo Walcott.
However Ferguson insists he has more than enough players available to him already to help maintain their push for a record 20th domestic league title.
"I will not be bringing anybody in, in January, definitely not," Ferguson told the Mail on Sunday.
There is likely to be some movement at Old Trafford in January however - with a host of fringe players linked with loan moves away from the club.