Kenny Dalglish says he hasn't finished with the transfer market yet but claims he won't break the bank to strengthen his squad. Liverpool have already spent nearly £30million on bringing in Jordan Henderson and Charlie Adam, who join the likes of Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez in being part of Dalglish's pricey recruitment drive. The Reds are set to bring in a new left-back and winger, with Jose Enrique top of his list and Charles N'Zogbia a close second. Having been told they'd have to pay £19million for Aston Villa's Stewart Downing, Dalglish has reassured the Anfield faithful he will not be putting the financial future of the Reds in jeopardy and N'Zogbia could be a good replacement. Kenny Dalglish: "We won't get everyone we are after this summer but other clubs won't always get who they have enquired about. "That's just the way it is. We've done some business already and we'll continue to do what we are doing in a responsible manner. "John (Henry) and Tom (Werner) will give us whatever they can afford. We have to use that responsibly."