No new face expected for Tuesday's meet...
United manager Neil Warnock will dig into his squad for Tuesday's visit from Hull City after admitting that he doesn't expect to add any new faces before the game.
With Ross McCormack ruled out through injury, the boss has confirmed he is looking at the loan market, but equally he says he won't be rushed into making a signing on a short-term basis.
"It's a bit late now because most of the better players have already gone out and I'm not bringing someone in for the sake of it," he said. "It has to be someone who can improve the squad really.
"We are looking and we'd love to get someone in before the weekend, but the Hull game will be too early.
"We can't really replace Ross either. We are a bit thin on the ground, we only have Andy and Dominic who can change the game, but we'll give it a try. We'll put a team out to win the game. They are flying at the moment, they've scored seven goals in two games, and it'll be a good test.
"When you look at the plus side we have some very good players. The fans will be behind us, it's a local derby, and other players have to take over from Ross. It won't be for the lack of trying.
"This is a great place to be and we have to enjoy it. We have to conjure up a few more goals, but there's nothing to be down about."
Adam Drury is rated "touch and go" while there is better news ahead for midfielder Paul Green, who could be back sooner than expected.
"Paul is better news than anyone," added the boss. "Him and Norris could both be back after the international break, but there's a chance Paul could give us a massive boost over the next few weeks."