EDDIE Howe insisted no new arrivals are due "imminently" at Cherries with less than two weeks remaining of the January transfer window.

Cherries have not added to their squad this month, despite a poor run of form which has seen them tumble into the Premier League relegation zone ahead of tomorrow's home clash with fellow strugglers Brighton & Hove Albion (7.30pm).

The Daily Echo understands Cherries are interested in a deal for Borussia Dortmund winger Jacob Bruun Larsen, with Sky Sports reporting that the two clubs were in talks over a potential loan move.

Asked if Cherries were close to making any transfers to boost the squad, Howe said: "Not imminently. I think my main focus now, as I sit here is this press conference and then preparing for Brighton."

Quizzed on any interest in Bruun Larsen specifically, the Cherries boss added: "Nothing to update you on any incomings. Nothing to feedback on January.

"I’ve got a game tomorrow, I’m going to focus on that only."

Asked if he was considering signing players who would be strong in the Championship, with Cherries precariously placed in the top-flight, Howe replied: "The Championship and next season is the furthest thing from my mind. It’s about now. It’s about trying to win games.

"We’re very, very close to the teams above us if we can win a couple of games.

"Our only thoughts should be on the here and now, staying very much in the moment."

Howe also confirmed there had been no new bids for any of Cherries’ players.