Celtic are set to make a few changes to their current squad over the coming months.
The Bhoys were looking to make a number of additions before they play in their first Champions League qualifier, but doing so has proven difficult.
The Norwegian boss has now reassessed his aims and admits that he doesn't believe it will be possible to get his squad in place as quickly as he was intending.
RD: We want our business done before the qualifiers but I don't think that's going to happen.— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) May 22, 2015
RD: It's going on all the time but all we want is good players who can strengthen us as quick as possible.— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) May 22, 2015
Celtic are likely to make a few additions, rather than wholesale changes, in the coming months.
The Bhoys have dominated Scottish football this year and they will be keen to build on the foundations that they already have in place.
To do that, Deila will be looking to inject a sprinkling of quality, but he will be determined not to upset the balance of his squad.
Celtic already have enough quality in their ranks to achieve their ambitious aims for next season and it will be important that Deila gets the best out of what he already has at his disposal.