Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho has admitted that he is happy with his squad and will not bring in new players before the end of the transfer window.
The Red Devils boss has already added the quartet of Eric Baily, Henrik Mikhtayrian, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba to the squad he inherited from Dutchman, Louis Van Gaal.
And speaking ahead of his side's Saturday English Premier League fixture against Hull City, the former Chelsea coach stated that he is pleased with the quality of players at his disposal.
"I have 23 players in the squad and, in principle, there is nobody leaving and nobody is coming," Mourinho said during his interaction with the media on Friday.
"It's more than enough and if you have a problem or an opportunity, then I have a few young players in the academy that I will be more than happy to give them an acceleration in their process.
Mourinho also reacted to the Europa League draws which pitched his side against Fenerbache, Feyenoord and Zoryaluhansk.
"There are groups in the Champions League that are very similar. So, it is good for that. We know that it will be a difficult group.
"But I think it is a good thing. If you have teams without expression then the fans may not enjoy nights at Old Trafford .
"It is good for the fans and for the players because it help motivation."