Derby County are well placed in the league with the transfer window halfway complete, sitting sixth in the Championship, two points inside the play-off places.
Business will need to be done between now and the end of the month if the club is to continue their challenge for a spot in the post-season lottery.
As with every club, with players arriving, others will need to leave – and sometimes that happens before any signing is made.
And that could be one scenario that occurs at Pride Park If Craig Bryson departs within the next two weeks.
The Edinburgh News has reported that the Scottish midfielder is wanted by Scottish Premiership side Hibernian this month and could offer him a bumper deal to seal the move.
The 32-year-old is out of contract in the summer and despite making 18 starts for the Rams this term, could be tempted for a move back to his homeland.
If the midfielder does leave, then here are TWO other players that could follow him out of the exit door at Derby County.
With Burnley interested in the young right-back who has had a breakout season since making his debut at the start of the campaign, he could soon be on his way out at Pride Park.
Sky Sports have reported that the 18-year-old defender is attracting admirers at Turf Moor.
The Media outlet are also reporting that a move for Bogle could be sanctioned by Lampard if the right deal is agreed for the youngster.
Although not linked with a move away from the club, he could be axed in favour of a player more reliable.
Too many times this year, and previous campaigns, Keogh has been a mistake waiting to happen with several error-prone displays.
Despite his experience in the Championship and his captain status at Pride Park, if Lampard wants to take his side to the next level, then axing the Republic of Ireland international is imperative to improving.