Kenny Dalglish was keeping his cards very close to his chest when quizzed about the possibility of further Liverpool arrivals in today's pre-match press conference.
The Reds host Sunderland in tomorrow's season opener, with Dalglish looking to continue the momentum generated in the second half of last season, after the return of Anfield's prodigal son in January 2011.
Having confirmed the signing of Jose Enrique from Newcastle United this morning - the club's fifth addition to a reinvigorated Reds squad, following Jordan Henderson, Charlie Adam, Alexander Doni and Stewart Downing to Merseyside.
Dalglish remained coy on speculation linking Liverpool with further movement in the transfer window, amid rumours he is keen to add another one or two players to his new look Reds first-team before 31 August.
"The most honest answer is that I don't know," he said with a wry smile. "I don't know if there is movement in or out.
"We are delighted with who we have signed - it helps the squad and supporters look forward to it a bit more.
"The squad is strong and we have improved it. They would have been disappointed had we not improved it. We're happy with the business we have done and look forward to the season as much as anyone."
After a sixth placed finish last season, there will be no European football for Liverpool this campaign, but Dalglish is remaining optimistic, and hopes the lack of distraction will favour their domestic form.
"We have high expectation but we have to remain realistic," he continued. "It's one game at a time and we will see where it takes us."