Ralph Hasenhuttl insists he has no fears of any extra departures from Southampton on this switch window.
Danny Ings joined Aston Villa in a £25million deal and Scotland midfielder Stuart Armstrong has been linked to a transfer again north.
Saints have introduced in Brazilian defender Lyanco to offset the £15m lack of Jannik Vestergaard to Leicester, whereas striker Adam Armstrong has arrived for £16m from Blackburn.
Hasenhuttl has been happy with Saints’ strikes available in the market, and is assured the south coast membership won’t see any extra departures.
Requested if he’s involved about any additional gamers leaving, Hasenhuttl mentioned: “No, I’m not fearful about dropping any gamers. We wish to have everyone right here.
“The season is lengthy, and now we have the expertise that we’d like each participant.
“We don’t wish to make the identical mistake from final season once more, and that’s the rationale why I don’t need anyone to go.”
Former Celtic man Stuart Armstrong will miss Saturday’s Premier League journey to Newcastle with persevering with calf bother, with Will Smallbone nonetheless a long-term absentee as a consequence of a knee harm.
The weekend’s Newcastle journey might come too quickly for brand new recruit Lyanco, with the 24-year-old nonetheless bedding into life at St Mary’s.
Hasenhuttl admitted Saints might but dip again into the market, with defensive midfield the one space he want to strengthen.
“I’m blissful that we might make this signing, now we have after Vestergaard had gone positively not sufficient centre-backs,” mentioned Hasenhuttl, of Lyanco’s arrival.
“When a participant involves the membership he wants a little bit of time to adapt to our recreation, our behaviours, as a result of it’s just a little totally different from what he performed previously.
“It’s a long-term undertaking, and he has to adapt to it, study a couple of issues after which he may have influence on this squad.”
Saints searching for a quantity six
Requested about Saints’ standing within the switch market, Hasenhuttl added: “We’re not 100 per cent completed. We’ll take a look if there’s an attention-grabbing alternative cropping up we’ll go in once more.
“However thus far it’s a profitable one for us I have to say, it was wanted positively.
“Sure we’ve modified the workforce just a little bit and I’m fairly having fun with working with the workforce thus far.
“The one place (left to strengthen) is the quantity six. If we do one thing it should solely be on this place.”