Hull FC owner Adam Pearson believes the Super League club need to make two more signings ahead of the 2013 campaign.
The Black and Whites have been busy in boardroom so far with Peter Gentle adding six new recruits to his squad for next season.
Hull have brought in the likes of Daniel Holdsworth, Gareth Ellis, Ben Galea, signings Pearson feels have already lifted the place.
However, not all the pieces of the jigsaw are in place and Pearson feels up to two more fresh faces will complete the puzzle.
"We have brought six new players in and we've still got probably two more to come," he told the Hull Daily Mail.
"We are looking around and are taking a look in Australia. We will be at salary cap maximum and we've brought quality in already, but we haven't finished yet.
"I feel there is a buzz about the place. Daniel Holdsworth is a fantastic signing and Ben Galea and Gareth Ellis will give us that leadership up front.
"Paul Johnson will surprise a few and then we have good young backs in Joe Arundel and Jason Crookes. The squad looks really good."