Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has seemingly ruled out making a move for Didier Drogba after claiming the club's dealings in the summer transfer window have finished.
Mourinho had claimed that a move for Drogba was in the offing, admitting a decision over whether to sign the Ivory Coast international for a second time would be made imminently.
But now the Portuguese manager has claimed Chelsea's business has finished, after signing Diego Costa, Filipe Luis and Cesc Fabregas earlier this summer.
"My club did a fantastic job and not just because of what we bought, a fantastic job because we did it almost in record time," he said.
"We knew the targets, the club attacked them and their clubs at a very early stage and we did exactly what we want."
"I don't think so. The market is open but we are happy with what we have. We feel our squad is what we want.
"We don't want a squad of only end-products, we also want to bring to the first team three, four or five under-21s and develop players. So we are happy with the balance we have."
Drogba spent eight successful years at Chelsea before leaving the club in 2012, his final act being scoring the winning penalty against Bayern Munich to claim the club's first Champions League success.
Spells at Shanghai Shenhua and Galatasaray have followed for Drogba, who during the Champions League tie between the Turkish club and Chelsea last season was subject to tributes from the Blues support.
"If I bring him back, and the decision has to be made soon, it is because as a player he has qualities to make the team stronger," Mourinho added.
"Because we know his heart is pushing him to where he feels he belongs, we are thinking about the possibility [of a deal]. We feel that Didier belongs to us.
"If you bring him back it is not because he is Didier or scored the most important goal in the history of Chelsea, or because I read I need an assistant, no.
"We want to win matches and win titles and Didier is one of the best strikers in Europe. He is still very adapted to the needs of the Premier League and we are thinking about it in a non-emotional way."