Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not expect Manchester United to sign any player in the January transfer window.
The interim manager said he will meet with the club's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward this month to discuss the matter but doesn’t expect any player coming through the door at Old Trafford.
The Norwegian said as the Metro reported: "I don't expect anyone to come in.
"Obviously if the club have targeted and identified a few and I think they might fit here then I'll give my thumbs up. But it's not just my decision. I'm happy with the squad I've got."
United have won four games ( Cardiff, Huddersfield, Bournemouth and Newcastle) under Solskjaer but United's caretaker boss knows there are tougher tests ahead.
He added: "When you win games of football you're happy. There'll be tougher games coming up, we know that.
"I thought Newcastle was a great example of that…we didn't just get that first goal [early] so we could sit back and counter.
"We had to work hard for it, we had to defend and at half-time you think, we'll learn about the players in games like this because we're expected to win. But it doesn't always happen like you expect.
"I thought the response was fantastic in the second half."