Oxford United manager Chris Wilder says his transfer business is done until January and he does not expect anyone to join or leave the club now.
The window shuts on 2 September and despite interest in his players Wilder has vowed to keep hold of his squad, who currently top the League Two table.
Star winger Alfie Potter is one player who has attracted some interest.
"We are comfortable no one will be going out of the building," Wilder told BBC Radio Oxford.
Oxford have recruited heavily over the summer in all positions and Oxford's manager says he is pleased with the business he has done.
However, he also admits their fine start to the new season has not gone unnoticed.
"We have had a couple of enquiries but they [the players] are important and part of the group and we are a tight-knit squad," he added.
"I don't expect any outs and I don't expect any ins."