Huddersfield boss Peter Jackson is backing his current players to get back to winning ways following the 2-0 defeat at Crewe and says he has no money to bring in new faces.
The Terriers have not won in three League One outings after going down to defeat at Gresty Road on Saturday and, with onlookers suggesting the side looks weak in certain areas, Jackson says he has no option but to carry on regardless.
He said: "It's alright people saying they want this player or that player, but the truth is there is simply no money to go out and buy players or get players on loan.
"Let me make that clear, what we've got, we've got to make do with. We knew at the start of the season that money will be tight and nothing has changed.
"I can see signs we can get back to our best. There is a long way to go and we need to stick at it and improve things."