Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp, has cooled talk of any late signings.
Klopp has shut down talk of new additions, claiming he is happy with his current squad despite being urged to sign a new forward and a replacement for Gini Wijnaldum, who joined PSG on a free transfer in July.
“There is so much focus and transfers and recruitment in football and particularly in the Premier League,” Klopp said.
“It might not always seem so when I speak to the media, but I do understand it.
“I’m a football fan as well and guilty of being attracted to a story about which team might sign which player.
“The difference is I don’t have that ‘itch’ when it comes to us.
“I don’t for one second criticise anyone – be it fan, pundit, journalist or players and coaches – for getting drawn into the allure of transfers.
“But as the manager of this team and leader of this football club, I must always view these things with the proper perspective.
“We have exceptional players and we have long-term commitments for the majority of them.
“We have recruited smartly both in this season and last. We have an elite environment and a home ground with an atmosphere that is the envy of most.
“We have so much to be optimistic about. To be joyful about. Does that guarantee success? Of course not!
“This is football and specifically the Premier League – the most competitive in the world.
“Other teams are strong but they always have been.
“Winning in England is so hard but it always has been. It’s why our club’s history is so special.’