Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes remains on the lookout for players who would bolster his squad but says he would have no concerns if he fails to sign another player before the summer transfer window closes.
Just over a week remains for clubs looking to strengthen before the September 1 deadline but McInnes is content with how his squad is shaping up for the 2014-15 season.
The Dons have signed Ashton Taylor, Shaleum Logan, Scott Brown and David Goodwillie, while attacking midfielder Jeffrey Monakana has joined on loan from Brighton.
McInnes has not ruled out adding another new face as he attempts to build upon last season’s success when the Dons won the League Cup and finished third in the Premiership.
He said: “You would never say never because we still have a couple of games to get through and injuries can still impact on what you do.
“We are still hoping no one comes knocking for our players as well. We have a squad there that I would be happy to go into the next January window with.
“We have had a couple of inquiries in terms of loans for our younger players but no bids for players.”
The Dons travel to McDiarmid Park today to face a St Johnstone side eager to make amends after last weekend’s surprise 1-0 defeat to newly promoted Hamilton Accies.
The Perth Saints, who won the William Hill Scottish Cup last season, have made a slow start to the new campaign following the departure of last season’s top scorer Stevie May to Sheffield Wednesday but McInnes has no doubt that the club will be competing in the top half of the table before too long.
He added: “They are a great success story and the last few seasons have been a really good period for the club. They are a really well established Scottish Premiership team now.
“Winning the Scottish Cup last season was fantastic for them.
“There is no doubt that they will miss Stevie May as he scored 27 goals last season and I am sure Tommy Wright would say the same.
“But I am sure they will find ways to cope and somebody else may rise to the opportunity.
“St Johnstone have too many good players to allow one player impact on their season.
“I am sure they will be there or thereabouts at the top end of the table come the end of the season, as they have been for the last few seasons.”
Captain Russell Anderson and defender Clark Robertson will return after missing the 2-0 win at Kilmarnock but winger Jeffrey Monakana will miss out with a back injury.