Damien Comolli has pledged to recruit a number of 'top players' in the summer after Liverpool's January transfer window splurge.
Reds' owners Fenway Sports Group spent £58 million to acquire Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll during the winter window and have promised further investment in order to reach their goal of winning the Barclays Premier League.
Comolli - the director of football at Anfield - says he has already had agents making contact in order to secure their players a move to Liverpool at the end of the season.
Liverpool are an 'attractive' prospect, admits the Frenchman, who isn't surprised by the clamour of player representatives attempting to seal their clients a switch to Anfield.
"There will be movement, that's for sure. We are very attractive for a lot of players because of what we did in January and a game like that [the 3-1 defeat of Manchester United] is fantastic publicity for us around the world.
"Since the day after I was getting phone calls from agents telling me that their player would love to come and that we are going to compete next year if we get it right. We are attractive to a lot of top players and we want to bring top players to this club."