Kenny Jackett has confirmed to the Express and Star that Wolverhampton Wanderers are looking to make additions to their squad.
Carl Ikeme has been linked with a move away from Wolves, after falling out of favour, but Jackett insists that the goalkeeper will not be going anywhere.
Instead, the 53-year-old is hoping to bring further quality into his team, and he has hinted the new arrivals could sign soon.
"Carl is a very good goalkeeper but at the moment we are looking to build and add if we can," Jackett said. "We are not looking to decrease the club."
Injury problems have left Wolves short of options in certain positions this season, but they have still made an encouraging start to the campaign.
Although the Midlands side struggled at first, they seem to be hitting top form now and they are unbeaten in their last four league fixtures.
Wolves are now in ninth place in the Championship table, and they are only three points away from the play-off spaces, which they will be keen to break into.
Jackett's side next fixture comes against an in-form Derby County side on 18th October, after the international break finishes.