Blackpool boss Simon Grayson says he is keen to bring in a couple of new players during the January transfer window.
The Seasiders lost 4-1 at Charlton Athletic at the weekend, but Grayson is refusing to make too many moves to try and bolster his squad.
He told the Blackpool Gazette: "Some people panic and think they need five, six or seven players, but I've never looked at it like that.
"I've looked at it closely and my view is that we've got a good set of players here, regardless of some of the results.
"I feel that one or two additions here or there would make us a better football club and that hasn't changed. It's still the same.
"Okay, we got beaten at Charlton, but it doesn't change my thinking because the players had been very good up until that match. One defeat doesn't make us a bad team."