Chris Wilder says he's pleased to have already tied up two loan signings during the current transfer window.
Kieran Dowell and Gary Madine have arrived at Bramall Lane until the end of the season from Everton and Cardiff City respectively and Wilder admits he will now be patient as he ponders a possible third signing.
Speaking ahead of Saturday's clash with QPR, the boss commented: "We're not in a rush now, we've got ideas though and plans in place.
"It's a difficult market to work in and there hasn't been a lot of movement in and around us, we've perhaps been the most active.
"Kieran (Dowell) and Gary (Madine) make us stronger, whether that's from the start or from off the bench.
"I'm mindful we've still got a period between now and the end of the month, but if one comes up we really we fancy then we've got the ability to do it."
Meanwhile, Wilder says United's return from home games could prove to be a decisive factor in the coming weeks.
He added: "Our ambition has to be collective in terms of the support we will get and what we've received, especially in the last three league games.
"It's there to be seen what the support did for the team. Wigan was unbelievable and the last two home games were special, we'll need that, especially at home, right through until the end of the season.
"If we do have a good home record, it'll put us in a great position to achieve something."