Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett says he is not expecting to make any more signings before the end of the transfer window.
"We are always looking but I'm quite pleased with the squad the way it is," Jackett told BBC WM 95.6.
"Some younger players may leave on loan but we're not interested in selling."
With their Championship campaign only two games old, Jackett is looking forward to seeing how his new-look squad will develop.
"There are some players on the fridge who are looking for opportunities," Jackett added.
|Close-season ins and outs at Molineux|
|In: Jed Wallace (Portsmouth), Conor Coady (Huddersfield), Sheyi Ojo (Liverpool, loan) Adam Le Fondre (Cardiff, loan) Emiliano Martinez (Arsenal, loan)|
|Out: Tomasz Kuszczak (Birmingham), Kevin Doyle (Colarado), Sam Ricketts (Coventry), Michael Jacobs (Wigan), Bakary Sako (Crystal Palace)|
"With the likes of Wallace and George Saville to come in and our captain Danny Batth to come back at some stage, I feel the competition is pretty good at the moment."
Wolves have made an unbeaten start to the season and Sunday's 1-1 draw with Hull marked Arsenal loanee Martinez's league debut in goal in place of established number one Carl Ikeme.
"It was a big call - I've got a lot of confidence in both goalkeepers," Jackett said.
"We'll be strong throughout the season as a result because players will drive each other on."