Liverpool coach Steve Clarke says the club are looking to strengthen this summer, but doesn't believe the squad needs a radical overhaul.
Alongside Kenny Dalglish, Clarke has helped oversee a revival in the club's fortunes after a difficult start to the season under Roy Hodgson.
After spending £57 million during the January transfer window on bringing Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll to the club, rumours were rife that Liverpool would again delve deep into the transfer market, but Clarke says there won't be full-scale changes.
"We have a decent squad here, a lot of good players who have shown that for us," Clarke said.
"If we can find two or three players that can add to the squad then that is what we should do. If we can't find the right players to improve us at the right time then I think we have enough to keep us moving forward.
"We've also got the young players coming through - that has been a big plus for everyone at the club this season. If we can continue with the nucleus of the established players we have and keep adding one or two kids and then maybe improve one or two in the summer."