First-team coach Mick Wadsworth insists he is happy with his shot-shy Hartlepool squad despite admitting he has a few transfer targets in his sights.
The Victoria Park outfit have struggled for goals this season, netting just 26 in an inconsistent campaign so far, but Wadsworth says there is no urgent need for new recruits.
"We are working on getting players in but we don't have to do it this month like Premier League teams," he told The Northern Echo.
"I have to say we have a budget and a squad and I am more than happy to stick with what we have got to the end of the season, I don't have a problem with that.
"I fully agree in budgets and the club being run as an efficient ship like it is and I have to give great credit to the chairman for that. He will help us if we need it, no doubt about that."
Pools have not won since New Year's Day but are just three points off the League One play-off places.