Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is confident his squad has enough strength in depth for the first half of the campaign.
There have been nine new recruits at Pittodrie over the summer following the arrival of Craig Bryson, Ash Taylor, Curtis Main, Ryan Hedges, James Wilson and Funso Ojo along with loan signings Jon Gallagher, Greg Leigh and Zak Vyner.
While some clubs in Scotland are scrambling to bolster their ranks before the transfer window shuts on September 2, McInnes is not planning any new additions.
There could be at least one departure with the Dons and St Johnstone holding talks over Stevie May’s possible return to Perth but the Dons boss said he knew nothing about speculation linking striker Sam Cosgrove with Serie A side Lazio.
McInnes is content he has enough attacking players if May returns to McDiarmid Park before the deadline.
He said: “My numbers are good, regardless if Stevie is part of the squad going forward.
“Once we have a fully fit squad, there will be enough options.
“We have utilised the budget the best way possible by bringing in nine new signings.
“We have spent £125,000 putting this squad together and I’m pleased with what we have done.
“It is time to knuckle down and look for better performances individually and as a team.
“Once the window closes, it settles everybody down.”
Dons winger Hedges was rewarded for his impressive start to life at Pittodrie with a call-up to the Wales squad for next month’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Azerbaijan and friendly against Belarus.
The 24-year-old, who scored the winner for the Reds in the 3-2 victory against Hearts, has been capped three times by his country.
McInnes said: “He has been in and around it and was part of the squad in the summer.
“I don’t think he would have taken it for granted but I’m sure he was hoping that playing regularly with us would keep him in the manager’s thoughts.
“That seems to be the way it has played out and I’m pleased for him.”
McInnes would have preferred to have been in Belgium this evening for a Europa League play-off against Gent but believes his side are benefiting from a break in midweek action after a hectic start to the campaign.
The Dons, knocked out of the Europa League by Rijeka last week, were facing the prospect of a fourth defeat in a row until a late recovery helped them overcome Dundee 2-1 after extra time in the Betfred Cup on Sunday.
He added: “We managed to get the result and getting into the next round is what cup football is all about.
“We are looking to take advantage of this week and get some rest into the players.
“We are also looking at getting in a couple of good days on the training pitch to get that freshness into our performance.”