Hull City manager Phil Brown has insisted he may further reinforce his squad this summer, with the signing of Manchester United striker Fraizer Campbell still a possibility.
The Tigers made it a trio of deals on Thursday as Marlon King and Anthony Gardner arrived at the club, and Brown extended his stay at the KC Stadium.
Brown remains in the market to bolster his side before the transfer window closes, and is hopeful he may still secure Campbell after the young forward enjoyed an excellent season-long loan with Hull last term.
"I don't think we are done yet - we have still got one or two players possibly to come in," said Brown.
"Sir Alex Ferguson knows my intentions and knows where we stand as far as Fraizer is concerned and hopefully it is in the same ballpark as him."
It is reported that United boss Ferguson would be willing to allow Campbell to leave on loan for a third successive campaign if he lands striker Dimitar Berbatov from Tottenham Hotspur.