Port Vale: No movement in loan window for Adams
MICKY Adams has ruled out any changes to his squad during the loan window.
The Port Vale boss says he won't be looking to bring players in, and has no plans to allow anyone to leave.
"There's no chance of any movement," said Adams, who brought in four new faces during January.
"I'm certainly not looking to get players out.
"While some may be not be happy that they're not in the picture at the moment, I'm not looking to diminish the squad.
"I'm not contemplating that at all."
Adams insists every member of his current squad could have a role to play before the end of the season.
"While we have a settled team at moment, and the substitutes have remained the same, it's not a closed shop.
"Anyone might be called on at any time and they need to be ready both phsyically and mentally.
"They can't afford to switch off by sitting in the stand eating their meat pie and bovril while everyone is playing.
"They've got to stay focused because their turn could be just around the corner.
"There are going to be injuries and suspensions that kick in before long I'm sure.
"But we've got a decent squad.
"While it's slightly uncofmrtable for me at times to leave good players sat on the sidelines, it's something that I have to do."