Magpies boss Rafa Benitez addressed the media in his post-match interview following his side's disappointing home defeat to Bournemouth today, and responded to a question asking him if he is already looking towards strengthening in the January transfer window, as quoted by BBC Radio Five Live.
Newcastle had plenty of chances to win the game, but ended up on the receiving end of a sucker punch from the Cherries, with Steve Cook scoring for the visitors deep into stoppage time.
The Toon now find themselves in the bottom half of the table, after losing consecutive Premier League games, and many fans and pundits are already questioning whether Benitez has a strong enough group of players at his disposal at St James' Park to enjoy a successful campaign.
"No. We are thinking about correcting the things that we haven't done well, and we have a couple of weeks to keep working and trying to do our best."
Following the two-week international break, the Magpies face a tough looking set of fixtures, with three away games coming in their next four outings, including trips to Manchester United and Chelsea.
With this in mind, the next fortnight will be vitally important for the Spaniard, as he looks to galvanise his wounded troops.