Luton Town boss Rob Edwards won’t rule out working the free agency market.
Edwards has left one space free in his Premier League squad, which was registered yesterday.
He said, “We’ll see, I don’t want to ever rule anything out, but I’m really happy with the group that we’ve got now.
“I don’t see too much happening, but never say never, I’ll leave you with that.
“We’re not working on anything at the moment though.”
On their summer market campaign, Edwards also said: “Everyone knew we weren’t going to be going and spending a hundred million, it’s just not what we’re going to do.
“We do things our way and what we’ve done sets us up for a long, long time.
“It speeds the new stadium up, but I think in total it’s 16 including loans that have gone out, 12 new faces have come in, so it’s been a big turnaround for us.
“I’m really happy with the people we’ve been able to bring in and it’s definitely now a really strong working group.
“I get people questioning because ‘you’ve got to be able to spend money,’ that’s not our way, it’s not our way and 17 million pounds or whatever it is, is a good amount for us.
“I think we’ve brought in some fantastic players who are really going to suit the way we play.
“They’ve settled really well, are improving every game so far, hopefully we can see some more on Saturday (against Fulham).”