Tottenham Hotspur manager Andre Villas-Boas insists the club are still looking to make additions to the squad after confirming their second incoming transfer over the weekend.
After missing out on a Champions League place on the final day of last season, a busy summer at White Hart Lane has been expected with the club determined to address the shortcomings that saw them allow neighbours Arsenal to leapfrog them into the top four.
The north London club concluded a deal for Belgium international Nacer Chadli pending the completion of a medical over the weekend, reportedly paying FC Twente a fee in the region of £7m for the 23-year-old.
The winger follows Brazilian international Paulinho to the club, after Tottenham struck a £17m deal with Corinthians to bring the box to box midfielder to north London.
With just under a month remaining before the start of the new campaign, Villas-Boas has revealed the club have not finished their transfer business yet, and will continue to spend this summer as the Portuguese manager looks to build a team capable of challenging at the summit of the Premier League.
"We will continue to do our market and we have not stopped yet, for sure," Villas-Boas confirmed.
Chadli, a regular in Marc Wilmots' burgeoning Belgium side, made under no uncertain terms that his intention to was to join a Premier League side this summer, turning down the opportunity to join Shakhtar Donetsk before Spurs came calling.
"Chadli is a player we've been following for quite some time and we managed to strike a deal in the last few days," Villas-Boas continued.
"He's a player who is extremely versatile and can play in several positions up front. He played with tremendous success on the left for Twente as a winger and as an attacker for Belgium. We look forward to having him board with us."
Chadli will link up with his compatriots Mousa Dembele and Jan Vertonghen at White Hart Lane, joining the Premier League's rich Belgian contingent. The 23-year-old will be the 12th full Belgium international to make a move to a Premier League club in the past five years.
A striker is likely to be next on Villas-Boas' shopping list, with Valencia's Roberto Soldado thought to be a target.