Apart from wrapping up a permanent deal for £9 million rated Chris Martin, the Whites head coach says it’s unlikely the club will add to the 32 comings and goings that put the Craven Cottage exit in a summer spin.
It won’t be the biggest surprise.
Jokanovic complained long and loud about the lack of new faces until a flurry arrived at the last minute ahead of the August deadline.
A good August gave way to a poor September, and a mixed October finished with two fantastic wins at home to Huddersfield and away to Brentford.
The coach is shy of a total shutdown on moves, but loans last season were a disaster, apart from defender Michael Madl, and the new laws prohibiting all but half-season deals suggest no one’s going out and no one’s coming in.
He said: “Generally, I don’t believe we’re going to buy so many in the transfer window.
“What we have to do is improve with what is here and improve on the field.
“But we check the market. The board and the owner might be looking. I'm always looking.”