Wanderers were active in the January transfer window with James Henry, Michael Jacobs, Nouha Dicko, Leon Clarke and Kortney Hause arriving on permanent deals, while Leigh Griffiths, Wayne Hennessey, Kevin Doyle and Bjorn Sigurdarson all departed Molineux in one way or another.
Nevertheless, Jackett insists his scouting network remains active and refuses to rule out further additions when the loan window reopens at the end of this week as Wolves look to seal promotion from League One.
"Our scouting process is an ongoing one - it doesn't just stop on February 1," he told the club's official website.
"It is something we won't hesitate to use if we feel we need it. If we think there is a right addition for us or the right player going out we will continue to use it.
"It is all an assessment of where the team is, how it looks, what type of consistency the players have - it's all vital.
"As we move through towards the end of the season if we think it is right to add then we will again.
"We have just got to February 1 and won't just stop doing business - our scouting process to try and improve is ongoing."