Neil Warnock has all-but ruled out entering the market for free agents.
The Middlesbrough boss enjoyed a particularly good January window in which the club brought in no less than five first team signings over the course of the month.
They were deals for Jordan Archer, Darnell Fisher, Yannick Bolasie, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing and Neeskens Kebano.
Those signings certainly ticked the boxes for Warnock who was determined to bolster his attacking options, but with a striker one of the positions that he was targeting it has led to questions that the Teessiders might enter the market once again.
But according to Warnock that’s unlikely to happen.
As quoted by Teesside Live, Warnock said: “We’re happy with what we’ve got.
“We’ve probably got one extra than what we thought we would have because of Neeskens coming in.
“So there’s nobody we’re looking at.
“I think we’re very lucky with what we did get, and I think it’s been a great window for us if I’m honest.”
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Middlesbrough will be very happy with the transfer business that was conducted during the January transfer window.
The Teessiders are in a good position at the moment as they look to challenge for a spot in the Championship’s play-off places, and the feeling is that their January arrivals may be what is needed to help them kick on.
While more signings would obviously be lovely I think that Neil Warnock has plenty of options at his disposal now and so there’s no need to bring in anyone new.