Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo is unlikely to complete any more business before the transfer deadline once Victor Moses arrives at Stamford Bridge.
The Wigan Athletic forward is on the brink of joining the European champions after a fee was agreed and his signing would likely take the London club's summer spending to around £80million.
Spanish defender Cesar Azpilicueta was on Friday recruited from Marseille for a reported £7m to provide cover in what was a problem position of right-back over previous seasons for Chelsea.
Reports suggest the Blues may still look for more attacking options in the form of Napoli striker Edison Cavani but Di Matteo, who has also seen his club bring in Marko Marin, Eden Hazard and Oscar, is content.
"I'm very happy with the squad. We've got Fernando Torres and Daniel Sturridge, two good goalscorers," he said ahead of Saturday's Premier League match against Newcastle United.
"Hopefully there will be more goals from midfield, too. We have a competitive squad now and we're happy. I don't envisage anyone leaving."