West Ham United have spent big this summer, but they have been able to bring in four players with proven Premier League class.
Joe Hart and Pablo Zabaleta - both arriving from Manchester City - have title-winning experience, as does Javier Hernandez, while Marko Arnautovic showed his quality in flashes at Stoke City.
It represents a significant change for West Ham, who have looked abroad for many of their signings in recent years, with successes like Dimitri Payet offset by a number of failures in the window.
But with a spine boosted by players who know the league, perhaps the Hammers can now take a risk on a star yet to play in England - with Sky Sports reporting an interest in William Carvalho.
The Portugal international has long been touted as a top talent and played a part in his country's Euro 2016 success, but Premier League clubs have so far resisted the urge to make a bid.
Although Newcastle United, in The Sun, and Arsenal, in The Record, have previously been linked with moves, neither have been in a secure position to gamble on Carvalho, whose performances remain inconsistent at the top level.
West Ham, though, are finally able to look at a player such as Carvalho - a potential star if he settles quickly - safe in the knowledge that they are well covered elsewhere.