Rangers manager Mark Warburton has told BBC Sport that he won't change the club's transfer policy after a poor run of form.
The Gers have picked up just eight points from their last six games; a major difference from the 11-game winning run that opened the season.
That has led to Rangers' lead at the top evaporating, and they now sit level on points at the summit of the Scottish Championship with Hibernian - the team they face at Ibrox on Monday.
The result of that encounter could have a huge impact on the title race, though many Rangers fans are already looking towards the January transfer window.
Warburton brought in the likes of Wes Foderingham, James Tavernier, Rob Kiernan, Danny Wilson, Dominic Ball, Andy Halliday, Jason Holt, Gedion Zelalem, Nathan Oduwa and Martyn Waghorn over the summer, but it's become clear that you can't solve all the problems in one transfer window alone.
That means additions are required in January, and supporters are desperate to see some more experience brought in to help this youthful Rangers side, particularly in holding midfield.
Warburton was today asked by BBC Sport whether he would be changing his transfer strategy amid their own poor form and Hibs' title challenge - but stated that he has planned for weeks, and hopes to land his targets after plenty of preparation.
"The work's been going on now for weeks," said Warburton. "Touch wood, we can secure our targets. If we do, we'll be very happy," he added.
Most fans will be looking to see a holding midfielder, a winger and a striker brought in to help Rangers bounce back to their best form, and hopefully fend off Hibernian at the top of the table.