Rangers boss Warburton has discussed the potential for transfer business in January.
Mark Warburton has started his career at Ibrox in incredible form, and he has admitted to the Daily Record that he has already started planning for the January transfer window, suggesting he is ready to move for players if needed.
Warburton said: “The squad is doing really well. Sometimes more harm is done by adding unnecessary players to what you really need. But our work for January is being done now. There’s always an early flurry when the window opens so you have to do your work beforehand. You have to make sure you have options and our work has to be done now. Leaving it to December is way too late. We’ve maintained our lines of communication with the chairman.”
Whilst not confirming or denying that he has already started looking at new players to bring in in January, Warburton has certainly admitted he is already thinking about the opening of the window.
He has remained in contact with the Rangers board to ensure deals can be seen through at the earliest opportunity, meaning he can get ahead of the game when the window opens.
However, whilst he is already looking towards the market, it is hard to see why Warburton would need to add players to his squad, or which positions need strengthening.
10 games have brought 10 straight victories, and Rangers are scoring freely at one end, whilst also possessing a top class defence at the other.
Permanent signings and loan addition have been brought together as if they did not all arrive this summer, and Warburton has built a side who have a team ethic, rather than just being a collection of players thrown together.
Right now he does not need to bring any players to the club, but it is good to see he is already planning for the January window should he need to utilise signings when 2016 comes around.