Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth has remained coy over who could potentially join the club this transfer window.

The Chairboys are yet to sign any new faces so far this month, whilst Daryl Horgan has joined League Two promotion favourites Stevenage on loan for the remainder of the season, with Connor Parsons penning a permanent deal with the Irish club, Waterford.

There have also been rumours circulating about Anis Mehmeti’s future with Wanderers, after scouts from Nottingham Forest of the Premier League were spotted at Wycombe’s 2-1 victory over Bristol Rovers on Boxing Day.

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Speaking on whether he hopes to add more names to his arsenal before the end of the window, Ainsworth said: “I have got 36 really good players here, and I have loaned one of them out to Stevenage, so I’ll leave it at that.

“I’m glad that Daryl Horgan is going to get some game time at Stevenage as that’s really good for him, and there may be one or two more on the fringes here that may also go out too.

“I’m happy with what I have got but if I find the right player, at the right price, and at the right time, then I’ll look into it.

“But at the moment, we’re in a good place.

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“Hopefully it’ll be a good window as there might be one or two [coming in], but Rob [Couhig] is backing me.

“I’ll never Wycombe in danger by going overboard as some clubs have done in the past.

“We’ll do things the right way.”