The Leeds United boss also discussed the good work he felt chairman Massimo Cellino had done when it came to organising the back room staff at Elland Road to benefit the side.
Leeds United head coach Uwe Rosler has been discussing the club's transfer policy and back room adjustments under chairman Massimo Cellino this summer, in an interview with the Yorkshire Evening Post.
The Geman's arrival at Elland Road signalled a rebuilding process at the club, with Leeds signing as many as six new players this summer, and rewarding several youngsters with new contracts at the club.
Goalkeepers Ross Turnbull and Charlie Horton, defender Sol Bamba, and strikers Chris Wood and Lee Erwin have all arrived on permanent deals, while midfielder Tom Adeyemi has arrived on loan from Cardiff, with a view to full transfer next summer
The Whites played against Eintracht Frankfurt on Tuesday night, losing by a narrow 2-1 scoreline that saw several of the club's new signings involved.
And Rosler revealed in the YEP that he has one more position he is looking to strengthen, despite admitting the club were still suffering financially this summer.
The paper quoted the former Manchester City striker as saying the financial framework at Leeds was still “limited”, but that he remained interested in bringing in a left winger, or as Rosler referred to it in the interview, the “one more thing” that he wanted to adjust within the squad.
The Leeds boss was complimentary to the way Cellino had made adjustments to the back room staff at the club as well, something he said would help him dedicate more time to working with the squad at his disposal.
“What Mr Cellino has done did is put a lot of very competent, highly-rated people into positions,” the 46-year-old added. “That made my life much easier. I can concentrate on what I think I do best – working with the players."
The individuals he was discussing was the adding of executive director Adam Pearson, and allowing Rosler to appoint a three-man senior coaching team to assist him with the first-team squad that consisted of Rob Kelly, Julian Darby and goalkeeping coach Richard Hartis.
Only time will tell how well the new playing squad and new management team will be able to lead the club forward, but it is fair to say that many associated with Leeds will be thinking it is time they returned to where they belong - the Premier League.