Huddersfield Town boss Mark Robins is happy with his squad but hopes further additions will be made before the weekend.
With the new Sky Bet Championship season fast approaching, managers across the country are busy finalising their plans.
For many, that means finding the final few pieces of the transfer jigsaw.
Robins is no different, with Huddersfield looking to hold their own in a fiercely competitive second tier.
He feels those already at his disposal are capable of doing the job, but admits ‘some strength and some depth’ would be welcome.
Robins said in the Huddersfield Examiner: “If we go into the Bournemouth match with the players we have now, then fine.
“But I am still looking for fresh faces to come in and give us a lift, and we’ll see what the week brings and who is in the building by Saturday.
“We need some strength and some depth. We have been trying for a while and we continue to work hard on new signings.”
Republic of Ireland international defender Sean St Ledger is among those Robins has been casting an eye over, with the former Leicester City man available as a free agent.