Leeds United have added six players this summer but their work is not yet done.
Leeds United manager Garry Monk has impressed with his summer signings to date, signing six players with Kemar Roofe being the pick of the bunch.
With Marcus Antonsson and Hadi Sacko also arriving at Elland Road, the Whites now have plenty more attacking options, while Kyle Bartley is a solid addition in defence and Rob Green adds considerable experience to the goalkeeping department.
However, there is still work to be done if Leeds want a squad capable of mounting a successful title challenge next season, with the centre of the park an area in need of further reinforcements.
Matt Grimes knows the Championship and has innate talent but Leeds need more experience with a player to act as the engine room of the side.
There is hope that Liam Bridcutt could still return after a successful loan spell last season but if the Sunderland man does not return to Yorkshire, Monk and Leeds owner Massimo Cellino have to get it right.
Leon Osman and Leon Britton may be the wrong side of 30, but both are experienced top-flight players who would bring a calm head to this Leeds midfield.
With one month to go until the transfer window slams shut, it is over to the Leeds hierarchy to make what could be their most important move of the summer.