David Moyes has said Manchester United won't be signing any more players this transfer window.
Speaking to the media ahead of his team's game against Stoke he said: "You can stand down your TV cameras at the gates. I don't think they'll be required. We've done our business.
"We have a few young players who'll go on loan before the window closes. We hope they get experience and become better for it."
On Wilfried Zaha's loan move to Cardiff, Moyes said: "There were a few clubs interested but we felt Cardiff was the right choice for him.
"The boy needs to keep his development going. If he can get games at Cardiff, we'll see exactly where he is."
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