Jose Mourinho has claimed he is happy with his Chelsea squad and would not be bothered if the club failed to bring in any further additions before the transfer window closed.
The Stamford Bridge club have brought in four players so far this season with Asmir Begovic, Radamel Falcao, Abdul Baba Rahman and Pedro joining.
The Blues have been linked with a number of new additions with four days left of the window, but Mourinho would refused to be drawn on speculation surrounding players that belonged to other clubs.
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As relayed by talkSPORT, Mourinho would not comment on players that did not currently play for Chelsea at his press conference, he said: “I don't speak about players from other teams,
"I have a good squad. I'm happy with the squad I have. If I get another player until the end of the market, good. If I don't get, we go with what we have. I'm not going to do the 'like', 'I would like' of Pogba. He's a Juventus player, I'm the Chelsea manager,
"He is a Guangzhou player [Lingpeng], so it's the same story. I don't comment,"
Mourinho hit out at Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri last week after the Old Lady's coach openly spoke about wanting Brazilian duo Ramires and Oscar, and the Portuguese boss made sure he did not fall into the same trap.
The addition of Pedro has boosted the optimism surrounding Chelsea. His debut against West Brom showcased the talents he possess'.
Chelsea have a strong squad and are capable of challenging for the title, but if one player was needed before the season began it would have to be another central midfielder, following the performances of Cesc Fabregas so far this season.