Neil Warnock continued to overhaul the Leeds United squad with four players signing for the club on the same day and it seems that is not the end of the transfer dealings as he promised yet more new faces would arrive at Elland Road.
The former QPR manager confirmed that Andy Gray, Jamie Ashdown, Luke Varney and Rodolph Austin had all joined the club as he looks to build a side capable of challenging for promotion to the Premier League next season.
Varney is set to complete his move once his medical is completed, while Austin is set to cost £300,000 from SK Brann as Warnock continues to completely overhaul his squad.
Leeds had already brought four players to the club this summer when Paddy Kenny joined Jason Pearce, Adam Drury and Paul Green at the club, but it seems there will be yet more announcements in the coming weeks.
"I feel like the crucial signings are still to come," Warnock told the Yorkshire Post. "We need a couple of what I'd call excellent signings, maybe three of them. There's some wheeling and dealing to be done in that area and it's a priority for us now.
"But I do feel the ball's rolling. It's taken time and it's been hard work but we've put these signings to bed and I've got to work hard again to get the next one down."
Warnock was also quizzed on whether new arrivals would be dependent on funds being made available from the new owners who are expected to complete their takeover in the coming weeks.
"We're working hard to get the players in and trying to get deals over the line," added Warnock. "I'm as much in the dark as everyone else regarding the timing (of the proposed takeover). All I know is that everyone's trying to help me secure players. I want to bring in the best players I can."
Leeds finished last season in 14th place in what was a disappointing season for the Yorkshire club who are desperate to clinch a return to the Premier League.
The club have not been back in the top flight since they suffered relegation back in 2004 and fans will be hoping that Warnock is the man to lead them back to the Premier League having done the same with Sheffield United and QPR.