Brentford manager Andy Scott is looking to bring in at least another four new players to the club to complete his squad for the upcoming season.
Scott has already brought in seven players to Griffin Park so far this summer with Kirk Hudson, Craig Woodman, Michael Spillane and David McCracken signing on within the space of four days last week.
However, Scott, despite being happy with the strength of his 19-man playing squad, is by no means finished with his recruitment and will delve back into the transfer market when the team return from their Portugal training camp which began on Monday.
He told the Hounslow Chronicle: "The squad is looking a lot stronger than this time last year.
"The budget allows for more players and ideally I'll be looking for a squad size of 24. I don't want to be relying on loan players again.
"I'm probably four or five short and we have lined up a few trialists to look at during our pre-season games as well."