Cove Rangers manager Paul Hartley admits they may yet make more signings before the January transfer window shuts.
Already this month the Granite City side have signed winger Josh Mulligan on loan from Dundee and striker Rory McAllister permanently from Peterhead.
With 10 days remaining of the window, Hartley hopes he may be able to make further acquisitions to strengthen his side’s push to stay at the top of League 2 in the second half of the campaign.
The Balmoral Stadium boss said: “I don’t know if we’ll do more business. We just need to wait and see.
“We’ve still got two loans we can use and there’s a fine balance between having a good-sized squad and a squad that’s too big.
“Later in the window things can change, things can happen and players can come and go.
“We just need to be ready and then wait and see what happens.”
One piece of good news for Cove is the return of defender Daniel Higgins.
The 21-year-old has been out since the end of November after tearing a hamstring but the former Kilmarnock and Dundee player was back on the bench for Saturday’s 3-1 home victory against Cowdenbeath.
Hartley added: “He’s just come back in the last 10 days to two weeks.
“The two centre-halves (Scott Ross and Ryan Strachan) are playing well.
“Higgins knows he had a good run but he got injured and Ryan Strachan has come in and been fantastic for us so far.”