Neil Harris says it will not be a major problem if Millwall do not add to their squad this month.
The Lions are in the market for at least two loan signings – a centre-back and an attacking player.
Harris had always warned it could take time to land his targets.
“It wouldn’t be a disaster [if no signings were made],” said Harris. “Tom Elliott was back on the bench today [Saturday].
“Shane Ferguson is training this week.
“We’ll have a fully fit squad barring Byron Webster who is out for the season.
“But with 19 games to go it is better to have strength in depth.”
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