Swansea City are already planning potential summer signings, according to chairman Huw Jenkins.
The Swans signed four players during the January transfer window - Kyle Naughton, Nelson Oliveira, Matt Grimes and Jack Cork - and sold Wilfried Bony to Manchester City.
They did no business on deadline day, but Jenkins has one eye on post-season transfer targets.
"We will see where we go with one or two others in the summer," he said.
"There's one or two that Garry Monk was interested in [during January]."
Although Swansea did not sign anybody on deadline day, they were boosted by striker Bafetimbi Gomis' decision to stay with the club.
Left-back Neil Taylor also remained at Liberty Stadium despite being the subject of interest from Crystal Palace and West Brom.
The Swans did explore the possibility of adding to their four January signings, but Jenkins is happy to wait until the summer.
"There were one or two possibilities, whether it was additional cover in midfield, whether it was another full-back coming in," he told BBC Radio Wales Sport.
"We couldn't get those deals done in the right way for whatever reason and, from my experience, unless you get these deals done quickly it's a difficult one to do in January without someone usually overpaying.
"I think we've done well."