Leeds United have had a good summer on the transfer front, but could it get better?
Leeds United boss Thomas Christiansen refused to rule out further signings before the transfer window closes.
The Whites have brought in 11 new players this summer but the 44-year-old said this week that he was happy with his squad, when asked about transfers.
However, the Leeds chief was far less equivocal when quizzed by BBC Radio Leeds on the matter following the 0-0 draw with Preston North End on Sunday.
"We will speak if there is something to speak about", the Dane said on BBC Radio Leeds.
"We will speak internally and there if there is something to come out with, we will come out with it."
If United do make any more moves, one possible arrival could be Hamburg striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga
The Yorkshire Evening Post reported this week that Leeds are interested in the 25-year-old forward, who almost earned a Germany cap in 2014 but injury made him withdraw from the squad.
Christiansen's side, who have won two and drawn one of their first three games so far this season, host Fulham at Elland Road on Tuesday.