Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers declares that he is very satisfied with the transfer business that has been concluded at Anfield this summer.
Liverpool have seen eight new arrivals join the squad including Mamadou Sakho, an £18.5m signing on deadline day.
Rodgers also secured the deals for highly-rated youngster Tiago Ilori and Victor Moses on loan from Chelsea with his aim to break into the top four for the first time in six years.
And the manager, who has been known for his delicate passing style, declares that the new squad has provided further competition for places.
He told Sky Sports: “I'm obviously very pleased.
"The window this summer has been very productive for us.
"We've certainly got more competition and as a manager you always want more, but we're more than happy with the business we've done.
"We've added freshness to the group. What we were looking to bring in was hunger - even though Kolo Toure is 32, he's very hungry to succeed.”
Rodgers also declared that he will continue to improve the squad when the transfer window opens again in January.
“We've done great business over the course of the summer - and we'll run with that until January and see where we're at then.
"I'm sure we'll look to strengthen again and finish off the second part of the season like we did last season."
The Reds have begun the season in startling form with three wins from their first three matches – the first time since the 1993-94 season.
Striker Daniel Sturridge has carried on where he left off last season with a goal in each game but has reportedly missed training with the England squad today due to injury.