The Seagulls brought striker Leonardo Ulloa back to the Amex Stadium earlier this week as Hughton finally managed to snare a new forward.
There have been tentative links with a few other apparent targets, but Hughton says he isn’t expecting to bring in any more new faces now.
“I must admit, I don’t see too much more happening,” he said, as reported by The Argus. “We have a squad in place and you, of course, never know. There certainly will be business at clubs over these next two days and even going into that last day.”
If the ankle injury sustained by Jiri Skalak in the FA Cup win at Middlesbrough turns out to be serious there is a chance Brighton could look for cover on loan, but as it stands it seems as if Hughton’s business is over in January.
Uwe Rosler was sacked by Fleetwood following a 3-0 reverse at Doncaster which condemned Town to a seventh straight defeat in all competitions.
Cambridge interim head coach Joe Dunne was pleased with how his side adapted to beat Grimsby 3-1.
Southend manager Chris Powell led the applause for Jason Demetriou after the right-back scored twice in the 3-1 win against Portsmouth at Roots Hall.
Morecambe boss Jim Bentley was the happier manager after Gregg Wylde's 90th-minute strike earned his side a point in their 1-1 draw with Forest Green.
Manager Gareth Ainsworth described Wycombe's 2-0 win at Cheltenham as a thoroughly professional performance.
Skipper Richard Wood scored the winner just before half time as in-form Rotherham pulled off a 1-0 victory at League One leaders Shrewsbury.