Russell Martin insists MK Dons are not done in the transfer market, despite their three deals so far this window.
Ethan Laird and Charlie Brown have both arrived at the Club this month while Warren O’Hora has made his stay from Brighton & Hove Albion a permanent one, having impressed while on loan from the Seagulls.
If Martin gets his way, they won’t be the last to arrive through the door at Stadium MK, with the boss still hopeful of bolstering his squad further before January 31st.
“Definitely [we are looking to make more signings],” he said in his pre-match press conference ahead of last Saturday’s Sky Bet League One clash with Peterborough United at Stadium MK.
“We're still trying to restructure in terms of the finances of it, but we are also looking to improve where we can.
“The Chairman and Andrew Cullen have been so supportive and they’ve always said if we can identify someone who we think can really help, they'll do as much as they can to make it happen.
“We will do more business this month, I’m confident of that but I can't tell you who or when yet.
“It's always frustrating in January because you're waiting and spinning plates but we're working hard and relentlessly, and we’re certainly still right in the hunt for the people we want.”