Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini admits the club need to strengthen over the summer but insists he is in no hurry to bring players in.
City are still celebrating after lifting their first league title since 1968 on goal difference with the almost the last kick of the game against QPR last weekend.
That dramatic title triumph caps a whirlwind four years which has seen the club transformed thanks to the backing of billionaire owner Sheikh Mansour.
Mansour is once again prepared to give Mancini significant funds to strengthen the squad, with the aim of turning the club into a side capable of dominating both at home and in the Champions League.
Several big-name players have already been linked with a move to the Etihad Stadium during the close season, including Eden Hazard, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Fernando Llorente.
Mancini admits he needs to add to his squad to achieve his and the club's lofty ambitions, but he remains patient and won't rush into any deals.
When quizzed on possible targets, including Sweden forward Ibrahimovic, the Italian told Mediaset: "There is time in the market. We must strengthen the squad, but we will not hurry."