Paris St Germain manager Carlo Ancelotti intends to recruit three new players this summer as he plots a title bid next season.
Ancelotti's second-placed side just missed out on a first title since 1994 to Montpellier on Sunday.
While the Italian plans to strengthen his squad in the summer, he rejected the notion that the Qatari-backed club would embark on a "galactic" spending spree.
He said on Monday: "It won't be a revolution next year, because we have the backbone.
"Three players - it will be good to improve the team, in all sectors, that's to say a defender, a midfielder and a striker.
"We're not looking for a superstar, but a good player. The important thing is not to have a player with a name, but a player that is good technically and tactically for the team.
"We are going to search for players with international experience and character.
"Everyone knows that PSG is a serious club. I think a lot of players will want to come here next year."
Real Madrid's Brazilian midfielder Kaka, who was linked to the Ligue 1 outfit this past winter, is being touted as a possible target as well as Cameroon talisman Samuel Eto'o.
Napoli striker Ezequiel Lavezzi could be the first new arrival at the Parc des Princes, however, with PSG currently embroiled in a battle with Inter Milan for the Argentine's signature.
Ancelotti also voiced his content with the depth of the 28-strong first-team squad.
"It's a good number to prepare for competitions," he said.