Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he doesn't need to be active in the January transfer window to solve his side's poor form.
The Premier League champions sit in 16th position on the table after winning just three in 12 league games.
However, speaking ahead of their clash against Norwich on Saturday, the Portuguese said he doesn't need to clean the dressing room.
“I will not ask any change to the board for January. I am happy with my players, I trust the players," said the Portuguese, the Daily Mirror reported.
“I don’t need to clean the dressing room. And I don’t need to ask the club to spend money in January.”
Regarding their match against the Canaries at Stamford Bridge, the Special One said: “I think we are going to play well, I think we’re going to get a good result.
“We believe good things are waiting for us.”
The west London club spent funds on Pedro, Abdul Baba Rahman and Asmir Begovic in the summer, while Radamel Falcao was recruited on loan.