Last Updated: Sat, 24 Mar 2012 11:40
Arsene Wenger says he won't be making numerous signings in the summer and instead will look to quality over quantity.
The Gunners have endured an up and down season, with Wenger's future at the club seemingly in doubt at one point following their exits from the Champions League and FA Cup.
However, a run of six straight wins in the Premier League has given Arsenal fans cause for optimism about the future and as such the Frenchman looks as though he will be overseeing the Gunners transfer activity this summer.
Arsenal's first signing could be the £11million capture of Germany international Lukas Poldolski, although Wenger has rubbished reports the striker has already passed a medical with the club.
Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen is another player Arsenal are reportedly pursuing as they look to make sure they are capable of challenging for the title next season.
Wenger was coy when asked about his transfer targets but did tell Arsenal fans not to expect sweeping changes this summer.
"Quantity-wise we will not do a lot. Quality-wise, certainly, and we will take a gamble if we find top, top quality of course," he said.
"The number of the squad is 25. We have many players out on loan and we have not had Jack Wilshere or Abou Diaby for the whole season.
"These players will be back and that means number and quality wise we are strong because we are now in the position we are in without these players."
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