Pete Carroll has told the media that he doesn't see the Seattle Seahawks making any major signings this off-season.
Speaking after the victory parade in Seattle this morning, he concluded: "I don't see anything that we need to add. We just have to get better"
The Seahawks enjoyed their victory earlier as over 700,000 people flocked to the city to join the party in the celebration parade, including Marshawn Lynch showering fans in Skittles.
The team won't have a great selection in this years draft as being the reigning Super Bowl champions, they'll have the 32nd overall pick.
Rumour from the Seahawks is that Wide Receiver Sidney Rice is surplus to requirements now and is to become a free agent for 2014. So if Carroll doesn't see anyone else major coming in, he must be very happy with what he's got.
The big challenge is to keep some of the best players in the roster over the off-season and stop other teams trying to woo them with big contracts, draft picks and/or trades.