Coventry manager Aidy Boothroyd is not planning to strengthen his squad in the January transfer window.
Boothroyd rebuilt City`s squad in the summer, having taken the reins from Chris Coleman, and has seen his side enjoy a great start to the npower Championship season, despite losing their last three games.
The Sky Blues boss is refusing to panic, though, and sees the minor blip as an inevitable occurrence during a 46-match season, instead calling for his players to ride the storm and learn from the experience in order to get back on track.
Asked whether he plans to add to his squad, which has been hit by injury, when the January window opens in just over six weeks' time, Boothroyd was adamant in his response.
"I don`t think we need any players, I think we`re okay," he told Sky Blues Player. "I think we`ve got good players who are growing and getting better as a team and I`ll just be happy to have a settled team again.
"That`s all I really want because I know, with the work that we do, we`ll keep getting better and growing as an outfit and what it really is about now is getting the players fit, keeping them fit and making sure we`ve got players to come on when others lose form."