Port Vale manager Micky Adams has confirmed that he will look to strengthen his squad by signing players on permanent contracts in January.
Adams signed three players - Jennison Myrie-Williams, Guy Madjo and Shane O'Connor - before the loan deals deadline on 24 November.
"I'm speaking to the chairman on a day-to-day basis about players," the Vale boss told BBC Radio Stoke.
"Agents are contacting me and asking what our requirements are for January."
Adams added: "If we can, we'll strengthen further in the transfer window."
Stevenage duo Madjo and Myrie-Williams both made their debuts in the 0-0 draw against Torquay, just a day after their arrivals at Vale Park.
Vale have been hit severely by injuries in recent weeks, although some players may return in time for the trip to Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday.
Striker Ben Williamson, who has been out of action for a month with a knee problem, told BBC Radio Stoke: "It's nice to be back and I'm really enjoying training at the moment.
"Everyone was expecting me to be out for a couple of months but I've come back much quicker than expected.
"There's never a good time to get injured and it was bad timing for me.
"Hopefully if I keep training hard, I can get back in the team."