Queens Park Rangers midfielder Akos Buzsaky believes Neil Warnock should stick with the players who secured promotion to the Premier League.
The Loftus Road outfit ended their 15-year absence from the top-flight as they clinched the Championship title in style.
Speculation has already started as to who the Rs will be signing this summer with the club backed by the wealth of Bernie Ecclestone, Lakshmi Mittal and Flavio Briatore.
But Hungarian Buzsaky, who missed a significant chunk of the season through injury, believes bringing in a raft of new faces could disrupt the established squad.
"The club has a good squad which won the Championship, it wouldn't be a smart decision to bring in lots of different new players and expect miracles from them," he told www.origo.hu.
"But this is not common in England. One or two, maybe a couple of signings can be expected, because someone can be outstanding in the Championship but it doesn't mean that he will be so good in the Premier League too.
"I'm confident that I'll be able to fight for a place in the starting line-up. There's only one thing that can have a negative effect on my career - injuries.
"But it's useless to think about it, now I'm happy that I can say my serious injury happened in the past this year and now I'm fully fit and healthy. I hope I won't have any injuries any more.
"At the moment I feel great, I don't feel pain at my treated knee and I'm looking forward to our pre-season preparations.
"With the promotion my dream came true so I'll try and enjoy every moment of playing in the Premier League as long as it's possible. One thing is for sure - with the promotion I reached the peak of my career."