Last Updated: Fri, 05 Jul 2013 18:17
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton says he is still on the lookout for further additions despite his recent transfer dealings.
Hughton made his third signing of the summer yesterday by snapping up England Under-21 winger Nathan Redmond from Birmingham, but he remains in the market for other fresh faces.
The 19-year-old arrives at Carrow Road to link up with fellow newcomers Javier Garrido, who has turned his loan stay from Lazio into a permanent arrangement, and £8m Dutch international Ricky van Wolfswinkel.
City are also thought to have tabled a £4.8m bid with PSV Eindhoven for their Swedish midfielder Ola Toivonen, while Lokomotiv Moscow striker Dame N'Doye and Blackburn full-back Martin Olsson are other targets.
Hughton said: "We have got no particular number on how many more will come in. We are no different to anybody else. We won't bring in unless we feel it benefits us.
"The target is always to bring in players as soon as possible to integrate them into the squad.
"If you look across the Premier League some have done good business, others have hardly done any. It really is about using the period of time you are allowed in the best way. That means we are allowed until the end of August, but I want to stress again it is about adding to what we have and we are happy with what we have here already. If we can do it earlier, then great."
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