West Brom boss Tony Mowbray will not dip in to the loan market to strengthen the Albion squad despite his side's current poor form.
The emergency loan window closes later this month, but the Baggies boss insists he is happy with his squad, even though Albion's promotion aspirations have been hurt by a recent run of only one point from their last three Championship games.
"If there's an emergency and you think there's a real issue or long-term injury, the loan market is a good idea," Mowbray told the club's official website.
"But, as I've said from day one, I've looked at the squad and we have some very good players at this club. We've got to trust this squad of players.
"I'm not one to panic, because I think the team is functioning well and I've got great confidence and belief in them.
"If you do the right things and practice the right habits you'll get your rewards in the end."