Leeds head to Bristol City on Wednesday night still seeking their first win of the season after successive draws in the Championship, but Rosler is happy with his squad after a busy summer of transfer business.
The German is not altogether ruling out making further additions before the deadline but has hinted he will only do to cover for injuries or suspensions.
“A club like Leeds United should always look to improve the squad,” Rosler told the Yorkshire Evening Post. “When you see now with Lewis Cook having a three-match ban and two players coming back from surgery, we are already thin in some areas.
“At the moment – and I hope this stays the same – we don’t have many injuries in other departments.
“We have to make sure we have enough quality and depth. But we don’t need to dive in just to drive on a safety policy here. That is what we want.
“We also have the loan window that we can tap into. At the moment, it is going fine but we are always on the look out to improve our squad.
“There are still two weeks until the transfer window closes. With the loan window as well, I am pretty relaxed about the situation.
“Yes we have some key players they can’t get injured but that is football. We have to see how the situation develops.”