Ross County manager Jim McIntyre is not planning drastic changes to his squad in next month’s transfer window.
The Staggies have previously been among the most active teams in the Premiership in the January window, having been forced to make additions in order to protect their top-flight status.
Although County are only three points above bottom-placed Partick Thistle, McIntyre is satisfied with the squad at his disposal and does not foresee another month of upheaval, although he has not ruled out making some recruits.
He said: “We’re always on the lookout for players we feel could enhance our squad. I’m happy with the squad we have here.
“I think we’ve got good players but we’re always interested if there’s someone there we feel can bring qualities to the good players we already have.”
County have recovered from a slow start to the campaign having gone five games unbeaten, although their only victory during that sequence was a 4-2 triumph against St Johnstone last month.
Despite the improvement, McIntyre is urging his players to start converting draws to victories in order to break into the top-half of the league.
He added: “The last few games we’ve got back to the team I know we are but to get away from the teams beside us we need to put wins together.
“The nature of the league is that we’re going to have to do that to break clear of the group between sixth place and the bottom spot. It’s so tight.
“That’s the only thing that’s going to take us into the top six.”
McIntyre was frustrated by the Staggies’ failure to make their possession count in Saturday’s goalless draw with Dundee.
McIntyre said: “I’m not happy with a point with what we put into the game.
“So from that side of things we’re disappointed because I felt we created much more than Dundee.
“I’m pleased that it keeps the unbeaten run going in that sense. We were excellent and the better side throughout but we just didn’t have a cutting edge about us in the final third.”