Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has "opened" the door to sign new players before the end of the January transfer window but claimed Aaron Lennon's potential departure is just a rumour.
The Argentine manager bolstered the squad in the summer with Ben Davies, Benjamin Stambouli, Michel Vorm, Eric Dier and Federico Fazio but failed to make any attacking additions to the squad.
Earlier in January, Spurs summer signing DeAndre Yedlin joined Pochettino's squad after his loan deal with previous club Seattle Sounders came to an end.
The Tottenham manager has now suggested Spurs can make another addition to the squad before the transfer window closes on Tuesday 2 February.
"Always with the transfer window it is difficult, it is not easy. I am very happy with our squad and like I said from the beginning of the season. It is the case that we are open to improving the squad and I am very happy with our squad and I think is it unlikely," he said.
"I believe that not too many, I believe no [signings will be made] but always in football you never know."
Reports suggest the manager is looking for a winger to replace Aaron Lennon, as the England international is expected to leave Spurs after struggling to secure playing regular time in the first half of the season.
Besiktas vice-president Ahmet Nur Çebi even recently admitted having rejected a £9m bid from Tottenham for former Chelsea winger Gokhan Tore, while according to reports in Belgium, Pochettino is also interested in Everton's Kevin Mirallas.
But asked about Lennon's possible departure, Pochettino said: "There are a lot of rumours [about Aaron Lennon]."
"So far it is all rumours and I never comment on the rumours. It is easy for you to give me names of players who do not play and are linked with another club but I never comment on the rumours."
Etienne Capoue, Paulinho, Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor have also being linked with a January move after Spurs sold out-of-favour defemder Kyle Naughton to Swansea.
Meanwhile, Pochettino claimed every member of his squad, apart from Nabil Bentaleb - who is at the African Cup of Nations – is available for the trip to West Bromwich Albion on 31 January.
He said: "Everyone is fit and that's important for us. It's a difficult job for me to select the 18 players for the squad, but that's my job."