Tim Sherwood has revealed that he is not looking to make any new signings before the deadline day, revealing that he is happy with whatever the club have done with regard to transfers last summer.
Tottenham have been linked with a new striker hunt in January after letting Jermain Defoe leave for MLS club FC Toronto this window. Spurs are gradually coming back to their best form in the league and are currently three points behind Liverpool with a game in hand as they look to push for a place in the top four.
The likes of Christian Eriksen and Emmanuel Adebayor have stepped up their game by leaps and bounds, something which has been reflected in their recent results. However, Sherwood will be looking for more of an impact from the likes of Roberto Soldado and Eric Lamela, who have been their most expensive buys this season.
"It's not going to happen. As I have continually said, we are actively looking for anything unless something drastic happens between now and the end of the window. I'm happy with the squad we've got, it's a big squad. We brought in seven new players in the summer and I do trust this group of players to get us to where we need to be," Sherwood said.
Meanwhile, Spurs play hosts to Manchester City at the White Hart Lane on Wednesday and will be looking to give some back after a distressing 6-0 loss to the title contenders at the Etihad in Andre Villas-Boas' reign. Sherwood believes that they can exploit their weaknesses and keep the pressure on Liverpool for a place in the top four in which they currently trail by three points, owing to Liverpool's win over Everton.
"They are a top side and I believe anyone finishing above City this season will be champion. Saying that, they do have weaknesses and we have to try to exploit them. They are beating every team that stands in their way but we're confident we can impose our game on them and attack them in areas they've not been attacked in a long time," Sherwood told TottenhamHotspur.com