Leeds United are planning to make one further signing before the start of their Championship campaign, according to manager Uwe Rosler.
The Whites have made six signings during the summer transfer window, with Tom Adeyemi's arrival from Cardiff City on loan representing the most recent addition.
But despite being less than three weeks away from the start of the season, which begins against Burnley on 8 August, Rosler will continue to pursue new players.
"There are areas where we want to improve," he said according to the Yorkshire Evening Post. "There's not everything here.
"Our financial framework is restricted but we still want to do at least one more thing. In some areas we are very light, especially when you talk about wanting to play with width and three up front, but we knew that. We are not panicking.
"We know there is work to do and maybe there are players in our squad who can go in a position where they can do a job."
Leeds finished 17<sup>th in the Championship last season after briefly flirting with relegation. The end of the term saw Neil Redfearn replaced by Rosler.
Rosler is charged with leading a bid to win promotion back to the top flight after an 11-year absence.
Goalkeeper Charlie Horton, Lee Erwin, Sol Bamba, Chris Wood and Ross Turnbull have all joined Leeds on permanent deals this summer but as Rosler reveals, they were all deals which had to be vetted first by owner Massimo Cellino.
"You hope that you have a bit of input in recruitment and I've said many times that I'm happy," he added.
"Ultimately the final decision – like it is not only at Leeds but at many clubs – is with the owner but I have a good input and that makes me happy. You can see what sort of players we've brought in."