Chelsea boss Avram Grant claims he hasn't given up hope of strengthening his squad further before the transfer window closes on Thursday.
Grant has already invested around £25million on bringing three players to Stamford Bridge this month.
France striker Nicolas Anelka joined the Blues for £15million from Bolton Wanderers, while Serbia defender Branislav Ivanovic and teenage Argentinian Franco di Santo have also joined the ranks.
However, Grant would still like to conduct some more transfer business, but only if he can find the right player and the right price.
"We have only two days but I never stop looking," said the Israeli. "Even if you think you have the best team it can always be improved, so I will not stop looking.
"I am happy with the squad and we will continue to look, but I don't think we need to rush about these things.
"We didn't rush even when we had big, big problems. I think it is 90 per cent that it will stay like it is.
"I am very happy with the backing I have had and the signings. Anelka gives us a lot of options to play in a different system with more high quality at a high level.
"Branislav Ivanovic is a player who can help us in the future and a club like us needs to think not just about now, but the future."