NEAL Ardley is expecting a quiet transfer deadline day at Kingsmeadow.
The AFC Wimbledon manager has done his business early this summer and brought in more than 10 new faces to help avoid a repeat of last season's struggle to beat the League Two drop.
Ardley raced against the clock at the end of the January window to complete deals for striker Gary Alexander and centre-back Alan Bennett.
But the Dons chief is not expecting his phone to be ringing off the hook this evening after declaring Wimbledon closed for business.
“No,” was the answer from Ardley when questioned about possible dealings ahead of tonight's deadline.
“Shaun North is doing a great job with the 21s and if we do have a glut of injuries then we'll look there,” he added. “If none of them are ready for it then we'll look at the emergency market.
“It was always going to time for me to get it [the squad] how I wanted it.
“At the moment it's going okay but we've got a tough month. If at the end of September we're still talking positively then maybe I'll have a smile on my face.”
Alexander is no longer with the Dons but Bennett has proven an inspired purchase by Ardley and has gone on to become skipper of the League Two outfit.
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