Manchester United boss David Moyes has revealed that he's ready to overhaul his squad and bring in a host of new players - but won't be making any more new signings this month.
The Red Devils have had a poor start to the season and sit six points adrift of the top four race - but have looked to try and make up for that by signing Juan Mata from Chelsea in a deal worth £37 million.
The Spaniard, who is now Manchester United's most expensive ever player, was unveiled to the media today - and speaking at that press conference Moyes said he would continue rebuilding, but only at the end of the season and not this month.
"I am not going to accept it [their slow start],” Moyes told Manchester United's official website.
“I am disappointed we are not in a much stronger position. I am disappointed with how we have played. I ultimately take the rap for that – and I will do. But what I will do is make it right. I am going to get better players in. There will be more.
“Unfortunately, I don't think there will be more in January. But it will change. We will change and alter it around. I have said many times, I have given every player the opportunity to play and show what they can do. We have nearly done that now.
The reigning champions have been forced to act after a disastrous summer window, where they cast their net far and wide for a midfielder but ended up signing Marouane Fellaini from Everton for £27.5 million on deadline day.
Moyes admits it didn't go to plan in the summer, but says he is starting to turn things around.
“The summer transfer window wasn't a good one for us," the Manchester United boss explained.
"I was only just in the job. We were getting to know everyone and we had a new chief executive as well. I was getting to know the players and the squad.
"We have now had a pretty good chance to have a look at it. We have to start making some changes and we will try to make that happen.”