Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed his transfer plans for this January transfer window, in which he insists he will not spend big in order to reach a Champions League spot.
After the sale of Luis Suarez to Barcelona last summer, the Reds were disappointing in the first half of the season.
At one point Rodgers’ side went five games without a win, but have turned it around going eight games unbeaten.
Now Liverpool are sitting eight in the table, but they are only five points behind fourth place Manchester United and could still make it back into Europe’s elite competition.
Their improvement in form could be attributed to their exit from the Champions League, but the Reds will still be participating in the Europa League after finishing third in the group stage.
Despite this Rodgers does not intend to splash the cash this January after spending a massive £100million last summer, hoping to improve with the players already at his disposal.
“It will be quiet,” he told talkSPORT. “I’ve said before we wouldn’t be doing much over the course of January.
“There are players who are linked with Liverpool all the time. That may be agents looking to get their player a move. For us, it will be pretty quiet.”