Hibernian manager Pat Fenlon has remained guarded on the club's chances of signing Finnish striker Shefki Kuqi.
The 35-year-old, who last season was at Oldham, was on Sunday in the stands at Easter Road as Hibs drew 1-1 with Edinburgh rivals Hearts in the Scottish Premier League.
Kuqi's presence has added to speculation of his potential of playing for Hibs this season but Fenlon was giving nothing away.
"I hope he enjoyed it," Fenlon said when asked about the former Sheffield Wednesday, Blackburn and Newcastle man. "We're looking to bring in players, that's all I'm going to say."
Meanwhile, Fenlon knows Hibs have a long way to go to win back the faith of the supporters who stayed away from the draw with Hearts after the 5-1 Scottish Cup final defeat in May.
Almost 4,000 Hearts fans filled the away section at Easter Road but little more than 9,000 Hibs fans turned up for the first home match of the SPL season.
The turnout had not been helped by a 3-0 defeat by Dundee United last weekend, while no doubt many could not face the taunting of their rival fans over that Hampden thrashing.
But the Hibs fans who did turn up would have been buoyed by the fight shown by their team in a game of three bookings apiece.
Alan Maybury, one of five summer arrivals in the line-up, gifted his former club a 29th minute opener when Andrew Driver pounced on his short-headed backpass towards Ben Williams.
But Leigh Griffiths finished off a crossfield move 30 seconds before half-time and Hibs had the better chances in a scrappy second half.
Fenlon said: "I think we're a long way with the supporters, we owe them a lot more than just getting a point today."
Hearts manager John McGlynn thought his players had failed to heed warnings about complacency following the cup final victory and their winning start to the SPL season against St Johnstone last weekend.
"The 5-1 victory in the Scottish Cup final, last week we came out the blocks, and this mental attitude, thinking it was a matter of turning up by virtually everyone, it kind of backfired," he said.