The Arsenal boss is committed to continuing to add new players to his Arsenal squad this summer.
In contrast to previous transfer windows, which have often left Gunners fans screaming out for top class arrivals only to see the club wait until late, if at all, to do their business, Arsene Wenger and co have been very proactive with their business this summer.
The club have already brought in World Cup star Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona for £35 million, and have also reinforced their right back spot, weakened as it was after Bacary Sagna signed for Manchester City at the end of his contract, by signing his fellow Frenchman Mathieu Debuchy from Newcastle United.
Arsenal have continued to be linked to plenty others too, with the likes of David Ospina, Sami Khedira and Iker Casillas all being heavily linked to the club.
It has left supporters feeling rather spoilt, and the good news doesn't stop there, as Arsene Wenger has indeed confirmed that he is still looking into recruiting further players.
Stopping short of naming actual players, the Frenchman had the following to say on the matter:
"I'm very happy with what I could do until now," Wenger told reporters. "It's not over, there is still a long way to go.
"I can't give you any names, because you're never sure if you can do what you want. We are still out there to strengthen our squad.
When pressed for further information on what positions Arsenal were looking to strengthen in,
"I will bring in a goalkeeper for sure, I cannot guarantee Thomas Vermaelen will stay - should he go, I will bring in another centre back for sure as well."