Brendan Rodgers hopes to bring in 'one or two' more players before the transfer window closes next Thursday.
The boss was quizzed on potential ins and outs at his pre-Oldham press conference on Friday afternoon.
He said: "We hope to do some business between now and the end of the month. The owners have been brilliant and supporting.
"We know we still need one or two additions more. The club is doing everything it possibly can to assist me in that. If we can, great. If not, we'll have to review it again in the summer.
"We've got a young player who'll go out on loan to get some experience but apart from that I don't expect people [to go]. One or two, maybe, to come in."
Asked if the real work would be done in the summer, Rodgers added: "The real plans are for now. Short term we want to improve and develop. You can see that, we brought in Daniel and he's been excellent so far.
"We got the recruitment team in, the lines are very clear, everyone has an understanding of where we're at and it's working how we envisaged it to work.
"There is a small group who communicate a lot and go through targets, and there is a small group who'll decide what players we're going to bring in. It's worked very, very well, and that relationship will only get better going forward.
"We acted quickly bringing Daniel Sturridge in and he's made a great impact, and proven that the owners were right to fund the money for him. £12 million for a player like Daniel Sturridge is a real bargain and I think he'll prove that over the next couple of seasons."
Rodgers was also questioned on whether he was a fan of the January transfer window.
He replied: "For me over the past couple of seasons it's worked well. In January I've been able to bring in four or five players I've wanted to fit into the model and from that moment we pushed on in the league.
"The first season at Swansea we brought in Fabio Borini, which gave us a massive boost. It gave us goals. Last January we brought in Gylfi Sigurdsson, who did a terrific job for us in that period of time.
"If it was open all year round, maybe some managers would prefer it. Goodness knows what that would bring if it was like this all the way through the season. At least you know [now] that there is a parameter which you have to work within.
"Maybe the only thing I'd say is that, once the transfer window shuts in August, teams in the Championship and lower down can still bring in a loan player to help them out.
"In the Premier League you can't do that, which can make it difficult for you.
"But in the main I'm happy enough with how it works."