Rangers are looking to sign a maximum of two players in January.
Rangers are storming their way through the Scottish Championship this season, and Mark Warburton has confirmed to a press conference that he will be looking to bring in a maximum of two players in January.
"In January, we will be looking at one, maximum two players. Bringing in five or six players would be a massive risk."— Rangers FC (@RangersFC) October 30, 2015
Warburton is keen to strengthen his squad, despite their obvious advantages over every other Championship team, but signing two players is as many as he wants.
This is to ensure that quality is brought in to improve the side, without running the chemistry and team spirit that already exists between the current squad.
Too many signing would mean that the squad is too large to keep happy, and would see Warburton having to sacrifice some of his current players just to fit the new signings into his team.
This is not how Warburton wants to build his Rangers team, and although they completed a wealth of transfer business over the summer, that was a necessity considering how many players were released by the Gers at the end of last season.
Now that Warburton has his primary squad up to full strength, his January plans are simply to bring one or two more faces in to build the depth, without having a negative impact upon his excellently performing Rangers team.