Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag insists he is not frustrated by the club’s activity in the summer transfer window.
The Red Devils have recruited Christen Eriksen, Lisandro Martinez and Tyrell Malacia so far this summer.
Barcelona midfielder Frenkie De Jong continues to be linked with a move to Old Trafford, while ten Hag also wants another striker.
However, the Dutchman refused to speak on De Jong and says he is happy to work with his current squad.
Asked by Sky Sports if he was frustrated with the work the club have done in the transfer market, he said: “I’m not frustrated at all.
“First of all, we have a squad and we have already made progress. We are more pro-active than we were at the start.
“Second is the players who we have now signed. We are really happy with them. You can already see that they can contribute to the squad.
“The last thing is that we know what we want. It’s not about signing players; it’s about signing the right players.
“So, we are really planning it carefully and we are sticking to that and working hard to get the right players in to construct a good squad and a squad that can win games.”
Ouizzed on whether Frenkie de Jong is the right player for the club, Ten Hag added: “I can’t talk about a player who is not under contract at Manchester United.”