Michael Beale, the manager of Rangers, stated that the team is in talks with "three or four more" players and hinted that they may be considering defensive reinforcements.
Despite being linked to Nicolas Raskin and Morgan Whittaker, whose contracts expire in the summer, Rangers have already signed Todd Cantwell from Norwich City.
Speculation about a pre-contract agreement with either player was rejected by the Ibrox manager.
"There's noise around one or two players, things growing arms and legs that are perhaps not so true," he said.
They aren't the only people we are talking to. They play for someone else, and if they don't want to sell, they don't want to sell. I like them, the club likes them, and we have been clear about that.
"In the background, we're busy. No one has really picked up on the fact that, despite the fact that I've talked a lot today about how loaded the final third is, we might actually be stronger on the other end of the field.
"There are three or four more people we're talking to, and if the deal can be made now, we'll do it. Due to the contract situation, there is room in the squad if the deal is not satisfactory, so we will move to the summer. ".
Beale is eager to bolster his roster, but he is adamant that he will only sign players who are the right fit for Rangers.
He said, "Our team is strong enough to compete until the end of the season. I won't be devastated if we don't get another one in by next week, I assure you. Although there is money available, it must be used wisely. ".
Ianis Hagi, who has been absent from the team for a year, is back for the Scottish Premiership match against St. Johnstone on Saturday, and Beale is thrilled with the depth and variety the Romanian playmaker's return - as well as the signing of Cantwell - make.
While forward Kemar Roofe is almost back to training, defender John Souttar is still not ready to play.
Beale exclaimed, "I'm thrilled to have Ianis back; he looks really sharp.". "He's not ready for 90 minutes, but I'm a really happy manager to have Ianis and Todd in the squad.".
"Ianis and I get along great. As both a professional and a young person, he is unique. It's huge to have him back.
"All of a sudden, it appears that we have both numbers and good variety up the pitch. If everyone is healthy and content, there isn't much that is missing in the last third.