Scunthorpe manager Russ Wilcox says the club may not be finished on the transfer front just yet.
The Iron kick-off their league campaign at Swindon on Saturday and, after seeing his side beat a young Leicester City XI 3-1 in their final pre-season friendly, he indicated he may still bring in a new face or two.
While insisting he will not be rushed into deals, Wilcox told the club's website: "I had a look at Leicester's front two, I won't hide away from that. Tom Hopper and Jacob Blyth are both exciting, young players and they have been out on loan before.
"We faced Hopper at Glanford Park a few seasons ago with Bury and his development has been good. There are conversations still to be had. There's nothing concrete on anybody coming in at the moment.
"We won't be making panic signings, that's a certainty because we've got the three up front already and we have Curtis Bateson who I like too. We didn't use him against Leicester but his development has been good over pre-season so we won't rush into bringing a player in for the sake of it."
The close-season has seen a host of new faces at Glanford Park, including Miguel Llera and Miles Addison last week. With an abundance of central defenders, the United boss says he is looking at the possibility of sending out his younger defenders to gain experience elsewhere.
He added: "There's a chance Luke Waterfall or Callum Howe might go out on loan.
"We are waiting on other clubs in that respect at the moment. I spoke to a manager who would like to take one of them in but he needs a forward and a central defender and he's undecided where he is going to put the money.
"Budgets are tight and we have to respect that, but there could be movement before the Swindon match."