Wigan manager Malky Mackay wants to freshen up his squad for the fight to avoid relegation from the Championship.
"We're certainly going to be trying hard, we're going to be having a right good go," Mackay said.
"It will be over the next two weeks and seeing what we can get in," he told BBC Radio Manchester.
"I'm definitely trying to freshen up the squad, without a doubt we need to do that - we'll be working hard at that, please believe me."
Wigan are currently next to bottom of the table, five points behind Rotherham in 21st, the place immediately above the relegation zone.
Former Watford and Cardiff boss Mackay has taken just five points from nine league games since replacing Uwe Rosler in November.