PETER JACKSON today insisted he has no immediate plans to dip into the transfer market to kick-start Town's season.
The Galpharm Stadium chief has limited funds put aside to strengthen his squad when necessary.
He is happy to keep his powder dry for the moment, however, despite three successive defeats and four matches without a goal.
"I have every confidence in the players that we will turn this around," said Jackson, who believes both Andy Booth (groin) and Rob Edwards (hamstring) will be fit for the home clash with Peterborough on Saturday.
"We are playing well and just need a break in front of goal, so I'm certainly not looking to bring anyone in just now.
"If injuries and suspensions start to bite then maybe I'll have to look at the situation again, but not at the moment."
Jackson handed Pawel Abbott a first start of the season in the 1-0 Carling Cup defeat by Leeds and he seems certain to keep his place. Jackson remains hopeful of offering Akpo Sodje a three-month deal but still has paperwork to sort with his club Erith and Belvedere.
Junior Mendes played as a substitute at Elland Road along with John McAliskey, who was playing at senior level for the first time since the play-off final and after scoring a double in the opening Reserve fixture of the season against York.
"Pav worked hard and hit the bar with a header, but it would be unfair to single out anyone in such a good team display," added Jackson.
"Boothy was taken off as a precaution, Macca and Mendes did well when they went on in a reshuffle and both Holdsworth and Mirfin were outstanding.
"For young lads like that to perform so well in such an atmosphere and in such a big game was a real credit.
"The whole display means we can look forward to Saturday's home game really positively.
"To have taken more than 8,000 fans away from home this week and played to almost 57,000 in two games is a big buzz for us and I'm sure our fans will come down on Saturday and get right behind the lads again."
Jackson is keen to avoid any injuries on Saturday with the trip to Doncaster just 36 hours later, but he is just as keen to keep a clean sheet for only the second time this season.
"I'm disappointed with the sloppy mistakes which cost us the goals against Leeds and Sheffield Wednesday and we have to start cutting those out," he said.
"We kept a lot of clean sheets last season and we have to get back to that sort of solidity."