With only hours remaining on the EFL loan transfer window, West Brom have not seemed to surface and create any stories, but this should not worry any fans.
Manager Darren Moore has already revealed that The Baggies will not make any last minute deals for the sake of it. This is a very good indication of how the manager feels about his team and the upcoming season.
Panic buys on deadline day are often a sign that a manager is not content with the squad that he has. It goes beyond simply unsettling the team with a desperate scrambling to recruit players, it shows weakness to any opposition. It is an immediate sign that the manager is not happy with his current crop of players, which is a stigma that is hard to shake for a team.
By having an inactive deadline day, Moore is sending the message to any Championship rivals that he is happy with the team he has, which will no doubt boost the confidence of his players. This is only too right, as Moore has one of the best starting XIs at his disposal in the league. It boasts international players and many players that have played a lot of Premier League, and indeed Champions League football. It is no team to be sniffed at.
With time left in the window, West Brom may still do some last minute business, as there is still no harm in bolstering your squad slightly. But Moore should be more than happy with the squad that he has, and that will be the message that the rest of the league receive.