Mark Hughes has revealed that there won’t be any unnecessary buying in the January window.
The Manchester City boss, who has spent over £200m in the last two windows, has revealed that there won’t be any repeat performances in the transfer market and he will only look to bring players in that will significantly improve the squad.
Hughes is happy with his lot at Manchester City at present, therefore any potential signing will have to prove a damn sight better than what he has already got.
Hughes said: “We had to go to the market in January this year and we bought really well.
“But other times you can make mistakes and you don’t get value for money.
“We look strong so it would have to be a good player to come in January and have an impact and be better than what we’ve got.”