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Ainsworth: No more transfer deals planned
GARETH Ainsworth has told Wanderers fans his January transfer window dealings have been completed.
Extending the loan deals of QPR duo Bruno Andrade and Michael Harriman until the end of the season has been the Blues chief's sole wheeling and dealing during the window.
And he said: "That's about as far as it will go. I don't think there's going to be too much action at Wycombe."
Ainsworth said the fact he is happy with his squad of players - and a lack of cash floating around Adams Park - is why any new faces are unlikely to arrive before the window slams shut.
He said: "It's been a tough year financially and football wise, and I think we are in a good place. We don't really need to bring anyone in at the moment. There's definitely no deals brewing in the pipeline.
"I'm pleased because the squad's stayed together and I'm very, very happy with the squad here - the dynamics, the attitude, everything."
But he added he wouldn't stand in the way if an acceptable bid came in for one of his players.
The Blues boss said: "There's been rumours one or two have got interest from other clubs. If they go, we deal with that. It would be fantastic to see players move on - I'd like to see players go on and play higher - but from a selfish point of view I'd like them to stay around for a bit and help get us totally out of the mess."
He joked: "The phone's been quiet. I've had to check it a couple of times to see if it's on. I've got a new phone and I'm not porting my number for a couple of days just in case."
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