Luton Town boss Nathan Jones is expecting to continue his squad strengthening for the 2017-18 season imminently.
The Hatters, who have been heavily linked with a move for Crawley Town striker James Collins, have already brought in Alan McCormack from Brentford and Sparta Prague keeper Marek Stech.
If something happens and someone becomes available, a real good player, then we’ll go for it.Nathan Jones
On further additions in the coming days, Jones said: “We were hoping to get two done this week.
“That doesn’t seem possible, so I think we can get one done this week, and then we’re just really looking to improve certain areas.
“If something happens and someone becomes available, a real good player, then we’ll go for it.
“Because everything else we’re covered, we’ve got the bones of everything we need.”
Although Jones isn’t anticipating a huge amount of incomings, he remains determined to increase the quality amongst the playing personnel.
The boss continued: “We feel we’ve got a very good squad anyway, so what we’re going to try and do is improve it in all aspects, without bringing in masses of people, without a big change over.
“All we’ll just look to do is to improve it significantly so we can go one step further than we did last year.”