Andre Villas-Boas admits he will dip back into the transfer market once he has established which areas of his squad are in need of strengthening.
The new Tottenham boss made a winning start to his White Hart Lane tenure on Wednesday as Spurs saw off Stevenage 2-0 at Broadhall Way.
New signing Gylfi Sigurdsson broke the deadlock, while Jan Vertonghen put in a composed performance at the heart of the back four.
They are the only summer additions to the Spurs squad Villas-Boas inherited from Harry Redknapp.
The Portuguese tactician says there is unlikely to be further movement any time soon, as he continues to find his feet in north London, but concedes that more fresh faces will be required - with it possible that players will be moved out in order to free up space.
Villas-Boas told Sky Sports News HD: "We have started assessing the squad. We have got a big squad.
"We have had a lot of interest in our players, but I think it is the time to make the right decisions and we use these games to make those decisions.
"I think the team is going in the right direction, but we want to make it stronger. Eventually we will go to the market when we think it is appropriate.
"There will not be a lot of changes, but steadily we will bring in players."