Jose Mourinho has ruled out making any signings in the January transfer window, report Sky Sports.
The Chelsea boss has been linked with a plethora of names as his Blues side suffer their worst ever start to a campaign in defence of their Premier League title.
The controversial tactician has seen his seemingly imperial team lose seven of their opening twelve games, amid suggestions of a dressing room bust up at Stamford Bridge.
However, it appears the former Inter Milan and Real Madrid chief will not be tinkering with transfer dealings when the market again opens for business at the start of 2016.
‘I trust the players. I don’t need to clean the dressing room. And I don’t need to ask the club to spend money in January’, he stated ahead of Saturday’s game with Norwich.
Chelsea are eleven points off Manchester United in fourth place, currently residing in a lowly 16th place in the Premier League table.
‘I am happy with my players’, revealed the Portuguese.
Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and striker Radamel Falcao are nearing returns, though the home tie with the Canaries, who are one point ahead of the Blues, comes too soon for the pair after injury.