Leeds manager Simon Grayson is hopeful of adding at least two new players to his squad before the end of the transfer window.
The Whites boss has already added eight players to his ranks as his side look to adapt to life back in the Championship, but he is keen to add even more depth to his squad.
Grayson has been a common trader in the loan market since taking over at Elland Road, but is refusing to be drawn on who his targets are and how long he wants to keep them for.
"We get players offered to us many times from all over, who all want to come to Leeds, but they have to come for the right reasons," he said. "We're working hard on one or two and hopefully by the end of the window we might get them in. It might start to move when the Premier League squads are announced.
"Some players will realise they don't have a squad number and will have to decide whether they want to go shopping with their wives or go somewhere and play football.
"We've got eight in already which is a good turnaround from last season but we're trying to strengthen all the time."