Nigel Pearson is not actively looking to bolster his Leicester City squad with loan signings.
The City boss said he was happy with the quality of his squad, despite a disappointing start to the campaign.
He is confident he has the players who can ensure a promotion challenge, although he would not completely rule out any deals.
City were yesterday linked with a loan move for Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones, who has fallen down the pecking order at the Britannia Stadium.
"I am not necessarily looking to bring anyone in," said Pearson.
"I think we have the players in the squad who can make us successful, and we have been quite fortunate with injuries also.
"But I would not rule out bringing in players if we needed to."
City received an injury boost yesterday when scans revealed that Andy King's hamstring injury, which forced him off in the first half of Sunday's 2-1 defeat to Wolves at Molineux, is not as bad as first feared.
The Wales international will definitely miss tonight's visit of Burnley (7.45) and is a major doubt for Sunday's clash against Hull at the King Power Stadium, but Pearson said King would not be out for as long as they initially thought.
Defender Zak Whitbread could also be involved in the squad for the visit of the Clarets, while midfielder Richie Wellens is on course to return in the next couple of weeks after undergoing knee surgery last season.
"The scan results (on King) were better than expected, but we'll see how he goes in the next couple of days," said Pearson.
"I think we will have him back sooner rather than later. I suppose one of the positives from Sunday was that, although we lost him to an injury, we caught it quickly enough.
"Matty James went on and did a good job so we have some good cover. Neil Danns will also come into the squad.
"You have to deal with injuries sometimes but, hopefully, it will not be a long-term one.
"Zak and Richie are coming along well and they will both be back in contention very soon. That is good news for us.
"We have been a little bit unfortunate with some of our results and Sunday's game was frustrating, but we do feel there are a lot of positives in our performances, and with players becoming available now it gives us a shot in the arm."