MILLWALL'S level of activity in the emergency loan market will depend on their results over the coming weeks, according to boss Ian Holloway.
Holloway has discussed possible targets with head of recruitment Mick Harford and says he is constantly keeping tabs on who might be available on a short-term deal.
But the Lions manager insists he has been pleased with his existing squad, and will only draft in reinforcements if performance levels drop.
"We're always looking to improve and strengthen the squad if we can but I'm very pleased with the response I'm getting from everybody," Holloway said.
"Basically it is down to the fitness levels of everybody, really. We have addressed that on the training ground but I might need one or two bits and pieces if we don't pick up.
"But I'm seeing fantastic sprouts of recovery, personally.
"I had a good chat with Mick Harford last Thursday and I'll be looking at things all the time. If we don't get any results in the next few weeks, I'll have to do something."