Grayson content with starting XI
Huddersfield manager Simon Grayson has said any new players he brings to the club would struggle to force their way into his starting line-up.
Grayson has been in the hunt for a new striker following Jordon Rhodes' £8million switch to Blackburn and has not ruled out a second approach for Leicester's Jermaine Beckford.
But the Terriers are currently in fine form with Monday's win at Blackpool lifting them up to second place in the table and Grayson may bide his time.
"If I brought someone in at this moment, they wouldn't get into the side because of how we are playing," he said after the 3-1 win at Bloomfield Road.
"Dean [Hoyle, chairman] has told me that we can go and get players if we want them, but it has to be the right people, at the right time, and the right opportunity for us.
"If we wanted to make an approach [for Beckford] we could go and do it. I haven't spoken to Dean at this moment. It's not close to being done at this present time and there may be other players we are interested in."