Chris Hughton insists Brighton & Hove Albion won’t need any reinforcements in the January transfer window.
The Seagulls had one of the busiest summer transfer windows as they roped in a number of players to provide a good balance in the squad. Hughton’s side impressed the last term with their limited resources as they survived the relegation.
This season they are placed in the bottom half of the table and unless something worse happens they are likely to continue in the top flight beyond this season. When other teams are busy chalking their transfer plans Hughton believes he doesn’t need any new faces as he has enough number of players to survive this season.
“At this moment I don’t see us doing much business, if anything at all.
“Where we are at the moment, we are fortunate that players we brought in during other windows perhaps haven’t played as much and are starting to now.
“(Florin) Andone came in during the summer, (Jurgen) Locadia who is in good form at the moment on the back of a couple of goals – he came this time last year. Bernardo is in the team at the moment.
“We’ve got players that have taken a while for whatever reason, not their endeavour but because of the form of the team.
“At this moment, the squad is in a good place in regard of numbers. Possibly there won’t be any business but if there is it will be minimal. You can never say no.
“Possibly players will go out on loan, predominantly young players.”