TOWN boss Peter Jackson expects this Thursday's Football League loan transfer deadline to pass quietly.
After the 5.00pm cut-off, no more business can be done until the January transfer window.
That's when Jackson, who last week said he may have to "wheel and deal" to freshen up his squad, expects to do any business.
"Our budget means we aren't in a position to try to bring anyone in at this stage," said Jackson, who is preparing his players for Saturday's home League I clash with Oldham.
"At this stage, it doesn't look like anyone will be going out either, because there have been no enquiries."
The Galpharm chief has loaned out two players, centre-back Martin McIntosh (to Grimsby) and striker John McAliskey (Wrexham) so far this season.
But he said any outgoings this week would depend on the player and the cover for his position.
Jackson's resources were stretched for the trip to Blackpool on Saturday, when a 3-1 defeat left his side 11th.
But his options against seventh-placed Oldham, who were 2-0 home winners over Bradford, look far stronger.
Skipper and midfielder Jon Worthington and right-back Andy Holdsworth are available again after one-match suspensions.
Wideman Chris Brandon (hamstring) trained without problem yesterday.
And experienced defender McIntosh is responding well to treatment on a groin strain and should be able to join in with the rest of his teammates by Thursday.
That leaves only left-back Danny Adams, who completes a four-game ban on Saturday, striker Pawel Abbott (doble hernia operation) and versatile Tom Clarke, who will have a knee operation next Monday, definitely out of the reckoning.
"It's good to have some selection posers for what even at this relatively early stage of the season, has become a big, big match for us," added Jackson.
"With no Reserve game, the lads will be worked hard in training this week and we'll see how people look by the end of it."