Paul Lambert has revealed that he is still hoping to add at least one more fresh face to his Norwich squad.
The Canaries have already drafted in six new recruits this summer, with Anthony Pilkington, Steve Morison, Bradley Johnson, Elliott Bennett, Ritchie de Laet and James Vaughan snapped up.
They have, however, still got some room for manoeuvre as they piece together a 25-man squad for the forthcoming Premier League campaign.
West Ham's Herita Ilunga is reported to be next on their wish list, and Lambert has admitted that he is still looking for defensive reinforcements.
"You never stop looking, that is the nature of the game, but the ones we have brought in have added to the squad, which is strong" he said.
"We will try to bring someone else in, there might be one in the backline that I am looking at, but we will have to wait and see."
He added: "I am delighted with the group which I have assembled. They are not just good players, they are good characters, which is important.
"There will be times when disappointment sets in, but as long as they stick together, we will be fine."