STEVEN GERRARD expects there to be more outs than ins at Ibrox as he prepares for the January transfer window next month.

The Rangers boss enjoyed a productive summer of trading as he added strength and depth to his ranks and retained the services of key men such as Ryan Kent and Alfredo Morelos.

Gerrard will be able to bolster his squad once again next month but he is content with his lot at present after an unbeaten start to the campaign at home and abroad.

Gerrard said: "We are always looking, we are always surfing, if you like, looking at players and talent and potential signings that could come in and help us. That never stops.

"I am happy where we are in terms of volume and in terms of the quality in the squad, but if something becomes available that suits us from a financial point of view and we think it will help the group in the second half of the season, we will go and try to make that happen.

"I predict that there will be a few more going the opposite way than coming in the door. I don’t think we need a number of incomings, if you like, but we might need maybe one or two to try and freshen it up.

"Those players have got to be good players that we think can improve the XI and improve the group, otherwise there is not really any point."