Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has kept his mouth firmly closed regarding possible transfers following their 3-0 win over Wolves.
The Reds dispatched their opponents with one of their most accomplished and confident performances of the season at Molineux, with Fernando Torres grabbing a brace and Raul Meireles capping a star display with a stunning effort.
It was the Reds boss' first victory on his return to the Merseysiders, also sealing only their third away win in the Premier League in 13 months.
Liverpool have been linked with several players, including Blackpool midfielder Charlie Adam and Ajax striker Luis Suarez, but the Scot was coy on his targets, stating that he had nothing to tell.
"If we've got business to do we'll do it behind closed doors," he told Sky Sports.
"Once there's a story to tell about anybody we'll let you know, but we have no stories to tell about anything.
"I know what's going on, but that doesn't mean I have to tell you."
The result came as a huge boost to the club to lift the mounting gloom around what has been a disastrous campaign so far.
Dalglish praised the efforts of his side, commending them on their work ethic and felt it was a fully deserved win.
"I think if you come to Molineux and you don't put in a performance, there's no way you're going to get a result.
"As I said before they've been on a great run and were unlucky to lose at Man City, so if we didn't compete then we'd never have got anywhere.
"The way the lads competed was fantastic and it was a reflection of what they'd been like since we've come in.
"I think it's nothing short of what we deserve."
"They'll always be competitive, they might not be smashing people across the nose with their elbows but they'll always be competitive.
"We are one unit, there's no division at this football club. So we need to stick together, and if we stick together then we've always got a chance."
Commenting on his goalscorers, Dalglish gave glowing references to the Iberian pair, who showed the kind of class that had been lacking throughout the season in the red shirt.
"I thought he (Torres) was fantastic, apart from the two goals he worked his socks off. He was threatening a lot. That performance will do for us every day of the week," said Dalglish.
"Raul played very well today; he made the first goal and scored the second. He is a very good footballer and it takes a bit of adjusting to get to the speed of the Premiership. But he's getting up to that level week in week out."