Sam Allardyce has been promised funds to bolster his Blackburn Rovers side in the wake of the £43m buy-out.
Rovers' takeover by Indian-based chicken company Venky's has opened the door to new faces arriving at Ewood Park. Allardyce has already pleaded for cash to strengthen in the January transfer window.
Chairman Anuradha J Desai said: 'We are not a selling club now. We are in the market for good players that can improve the team. We have a commitment to the fans and the club and we will be investing. New players will be arriving.'
The new owners have also rubbished claims they plan to rename Ewood Park - Rovers' home since 1890.
Former Bolton striker Ricketts training with ex-boss Allardyce at BlackburnWelcome to. Venky's Stadium! New owners prepare to rename Ewood ParkBLACKBURN ROVERS FC