Having snapped up Gervinho, Arsene Wenger has vowed to carry on spending if the right players are available.
The Arsenal boss parted with £10.5million in order to secure Gervinho's signature, with the Ivorian arriving from French outfit Lille.
Gunners supporters are hoping there will be plenty more fresh faces to come, with much of the summer having been spent worrying about possible departures.
The futures of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri remain unclear, but Wenger has hinted that he is prepared to turn his attention towards further additions.
The Frenchman is renowned for his cautious approach to transfer business, with big-money deals a rarity at the Emirates, but he insists he will splash the cash if the opportunity arises.
Wenger, who is currently in the Far East on Arsenal's pre-season tour, said: "The job is to find the players with the right talent that will give a plus to the team.
"If we need to spend money, we will do it."
Gervinho is yet to link up with his new team-mates, meaning he is yet to make his Gunners bow, but Wenger is confident he will slip seamlessly into his first-team plans.
He said: "He has good movement off the ball, he is very quick and he can play up front on the left or right. He can score goals and he can provide - he had the most assists in the French league last year.
"I think he will be a great contribution to the offensive efficiency of the team."