Tottenham Hotspur have signed nobody this summer, despite plenty of speculation.
Mauricio Pochettino has told ESPN that he intends to sign players for Tottenham Hotspur this summer - but only if he finds the requisite "quality".
Plenty of players have been linked with moves to Tottenham this summer but Pochettino is yet to add anybody to his squad as of yet.
The Argentine does, however, have an additional £54 million in his warchest following the sale of Kyle Walker to Manchester City.
Spurs fans are growing frustrated over the lack of arrivals, with Pochettino reportedly pulling out of a move for Juan Foyth this week according to Sky Sports, while their pursuit of Ross Barkley is more complicated now that Arsenal have joined the race.
Nevertheless, the Argentine coach confirms he will add "a few players" perhaps, but stresses the importance of adding the right players.
"We are so calm and so quiet and I believe in our squad and those pushing through from our academy," he told ESPN.
"We will add, maybe, a few players, but we are so calm because we have a very good team.
"We need to add more quality if we can find the types of player to help us next season to play better in all periods."