Kenny Dalglish has no plans to spend in January

Kenny Dalglish
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Kenny Dalglish has claimed that Liverpool will be quiet in the transfer window this month.

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has claimed that he has no intention of engaging into the January transfer window, despite funds being made available.

The Reds dominated the market this time last year with a shock £35m move for striker Andy Carroll and the sale of Fernando Torres to Chelsea for £50m.

While the Merseyside club hit the headlines last January, Dalglish has suggested that the Premier League side will be quiet this time around.

"We've got an option to be active if we want to be active, but we said at the outset that we'd be quiet," Dalglish told the club's official website. "It's work in progress for us. We'll just keep doing what we're doing, and the boys will keep working as hard as they can, and we'll see where we go.

"If we needed somebody to bolster up, we could do it - but I said right at the outset, we don't. We're not really chasing after anybody that we want to bring in in January. We've been happy with what [the players] have done since August."

Meanwhile, the Reds prepare to face Stoke City at Anfield on Saturday.

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