Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will add to his squad in January if the right opportunity comes along, reports the Mail Online.
The Gunners purchased German ace Mesut Ozil in the most recent transfer window and have started this season in fine form.
Wenger's side beat Norwich City 4-1 at the Emirates on Saturday and put themselves at the top of the Premier League.
The Arsenal boss has praised his current squad and admits the club will not be desperate to make new signings in January, however has insisted that the club could enter the market in January.
Speaking to the club's official website, Wenger said: "We have a squad that is, number and quality wise, very, very good. After that in January we are not desperate (to buy) now.
"If there is a good opportunity (to buy), why not? But if you know who is out injured now, they will come back in November, the beginning of December, then you have a really massive squad.
"With the number of competitions involved, everybody thinks they have a chance to play. That is what is the most important.
"As long as you fight for things, everybody keeps the focus."
Arsenal's attention now turns to the Champions League as Wenger's side take on last year's beaten finalists Borussia Dortmund at the Emirates tomorrow night.
The Gunners have made an impressive start to their European campaign and will be hoping for another victory over their German counterparts.