Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he could sign two players before the end of the summer transfer window.
The Gunners has already signed Alexis Sanchez, Mathieu Debuchy, David Ospina and Calum Chambers this summer, but looks like the club's manager is still looking to strengthen the side ahead of the upcoming Premier League season.
Unlike other summers the Frenchman has finished most of his transfer business early, but feels the period between 15 August 15 and 30 August will be a busy period in the transfer market.
Wenger, who was speaking post Arsenal's demolition of Benfica in the Emirates Cup, feels that he could bring in one or two more signings, but admitted that Arsenal are not close to signing anybody.
The 64 year-old manager stated that he was happy with the squad, but pointed at the defence as an area he would likely strengthen in the coming days.
"Who's next [to sign for Arsenal]? I don't know. There could still be one signing. Just the one, maybe two maximum," Wenger said, as quoted by Goal.
"I'm very happy with the squad I have available at the moment but we might be short at the back, maybe," The Frenchman added.
The former Monaco boss was thrilled at the reception Sanchez received from the Emirates crowd when he was introduced in the second-half, and feels that the Chilean will be a dangerous player once he is fully fit.
"Of course, a new signing will always get a big welcome, the crowd like that. You could see that he will be dangerous. He's not fit yet but once he is fit he'll be a dangerous player."
Wenger also reserved high praise for the two goal scorers, Yaya Sanogo, who scored four and Joel Campbell the other in a convincing 5-1 win over Benfica.
"He scored four goals. We could see it [scoring] was on his mind for a while and not only did he score one, he scored four. It's good for him that he can find that confidence because he has a great goalscoring record," the Gunners boss explained.
"It was a very good performance [from Joel Campbell]. He can go past people, he's creative in the final third and I like how he did today," Wenger concluded.