Ross County co-manager Steven Ferguson says there is no urgent rush to make further additions to the Staggies’ squad.
Ferguson and fellow co-manager Stuart Kettlewell have already brought in nine new faces, with attacker Brian Graham the latest to arrive last week as he returned for a second spell with County from English League Two club Cheltenham Town.
The Staggies have been linked with another former player, Hearts midfielder Don Cowie, who has been told he will be allowed to leave the Tynecastle club.
With more than three weeks until the summer transfer window closes on August 31, Ferguson is not ruling out more arrivals but insists he is content with the squad already assembled.
Ferguson said: “We’re not clambering over anything to go and search. We always try to keep up-to-date and keep our finger on the pulse if players become available we think will enhance our squad.
“But there is competition for every place in the squad, so it would have to be something really special to get into the group.
“I wouldn’t envisage anything happening before the weekend game.
“At this time, every club is asked a question about whoever. But there are so many different things that need to align before something happens.
“I don’t see anything happening before the weekend.”
One player who will aim to force his way into the side for this weekend’s trip to Dunfermline is Davis Keillor-Dunn, who came off the bench to set up Marcus Fraser’s winner in Saturday’s 1-0 opening day Championship victory over Alloa Athletic.
Ferguson praised the 20-year-old’s impact, adding: “He was a little bit unlucky in picking up a wee injury during pre-season and missed a couple of cup games he was scheduled, in our heads, to play in.
“It put him back a week or two, but everyone knows the ability Davis holds. We certainly know what he is capable of.
“We trusted him enough to get him on the pitch after 60 minutes and he repaid that trust by providing the ammunition we hoped he would.
“He deserves a lot of credit for that. The players deserve a lot of credit for how they kept the head and kept their composure.
“It can be really easy for frustration to set in because the supporters get a little bit edgy. You are tempted to throw the ball forward more quickly and get more men forwards, but most of the time that doesn’t work.
“It just limits the space and puts too many bodies in areas you don’t want.”