The Birmingham City manager says he does not plan to add to his squad again before the end of the season.
Birmingham City manager Gary Rowett has told the club's official site that he does not plan to bring in any players during the remainder of the emergency loan window, insisting that he is happy with his current squad.
The Blues boss brought in first-team players to boost his squad in January, with forward Diego Fabbrini, winger Will Buckley, and defender Ryan Shotton all arriving at the club during the transfer window last month.
Those additions have helped the St. Andrew's club to a run of improved form in recent weeks, with Rowett's side having lost only one of their last nine Championship matches since Boxing Day.
With star young winger Demarai Gray, midfielder Andrew Shinni and defender Shane Lowry amongst the players who left the club last month, former Burton Albion boss Rowett believes that the club have made enough changes to their squad this season.
He told the club's website: "I am happy with what I have got at the moment. As a manager you always want to have more options and different types of players but I think we have made enough changes in the January window.
"Sometimes if you make too many changes you upset the balance of the team, you upset the camaraderie in the dressing room - which as we know is a big part of what we are about.
"We have got a group of players in there that are all ready to come and play when they are asked. They will all come and work for the team and will be unselfish when they need to be. I don't think at this moment in time there is a necessity to change what we are doing."
Birmingham's improved form has seen them rise from mid-table obscurity at the end of 2015 to serious play-off challengers with just three months left of the season.
The club currently sit seventh in the Championship, just three points behind Sheffield Wednesday who occupy the final top six spot.
Rowett's side travel to mid-table QPR on Saturday.