Liverpool have been busy in the transfer market this summer.
Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp watches the players warm up
Klopp has seen seven new faces arrive at the club this summer in the form of Marko Grujic, Joel Matip, Loris Karius, Sadio Mane, Ragnar Klavan, Georginio Wijnaldum and Alex Manninger, but some feel there is room for one or two more new faces.
The deals for Grujic and Matip were agreed prior to the end of last season.
Liverpool's Loris Karius (2nd L) in action
In an interview with ESPN, Klopp said: "If I had to guess I would say rather no, but I don't know actually because it's a long time until the 31st of August and I have no idea. [The] 31st of August we have a few friendlies of course and few test games and then we have, one, two, maybe three -- I'm not sure -- Premier League games.
"So we will see. We will see how the players react on my decisions again because we will have more players than 11 for sure, and then you have to accept a few decisions and you have to take it as an opportunity."
Liverpool's Sadio Mane in action
Klopp has certainly tried to address several areas of his squad by adding more pace and goals to other areas of the pitch - as he seems pretty happy with the forward options at his disposal so far.
He's seen the need for a new goalkeeper and tried to bring in some experience to the side as well as trying to strengthen the heart of a defence that has looked vulnerable for the past few seasons.
Liverpool's Alberto Moreno (R) in action with Chelsea's Willian
Some, however, would call for him to sign a new left-back given that Alberto Moreno is currently the only recognised senior player who naturally plays that role after the departure of Brad Smith to Bournemouth.
Moreno has come in for a lot of criticism for fans, especially since his display in the Europa League final at the end of last season as fans are not convinced that he is of the required standard at the club, and it seems Klopp will give him a chance this season. However, left-back has been an area of the team he has looked to address - notably with a failed pursuit of Leicester City's Ben Chilwell, who signed a new contract with the Premier League champions, according to the Daily Mail.
It looks as if Klopp hasn't ruled out signing another player before the transfer window closes but he doesn't seem too concerned right now and is confident of improving the players that are currently at his disposal.