Manchester City boss Sven-Goran Eriksson believes he has a strong squad at his disposal, despite not making any deadline-day moves into the transfer market.
The former England head coach has brought in a number of new players since taking charge of City earlier this summer and has seen his side make a solid start to the new campaign.
Eriksson said: "I am happy with our situation at the moment. Maybe we will do something in January.
"We have a good squad and I do not want to bring players in just to build the numbers up. That would be wrong. We will see what happens between now and January.
"It has been a busy time for sure. We took in some players and others left.
"It has been different to what I have been used, but I have enjoyed it. I am very happy to be back in football after being a year out of the game."
Two strikers did leave the Citizens on deadline day, with Bernardo Corradi returning to Italy to join former club Parma on a season-long loan deal.
Scotland international Paul Dickov also exited Eastlands, joining Championship side Crystal Palace on loan until the end of the year.