Dundee United are still in the hunt for players despite the new Championship campaign looming large on the horizon.
The Tangerines kick off their league challenge – the be all and end all of their season – on Saturday when in-form Dunfermline visit Tannadice.
The target for manager Csaba Laszlo was to have everything in place for the curtain-raiser and he has already signed no fewer than 12 players over the summer.
However, the Hungarian has confirmed that fans can expect a further two new arrivals, with one of them still likely to be on-trial Austrian striker Toni Vastic.
Laszlo said: “In the league, it is very important to win the three points.
“If you win, everyone is more positive and everyone is happier.
“That is what we have to do now.
“Hopefully, this week we can hopefully bring one or two new players in to help us.
“We are looking and we are working on it.
“We are still not complete and we don’t want to just make a quick decision.
“We have some people in mind and if it is possible we can say yes.
“In every position, we want two players and at the moment still we are thinking we definitely need one or two players.
“Toni Vastic is OK because we know him and we’ve tested him.
“He will stay with us until Friday.
“We are not under pressure to make a quick decision so he can stay until that time.
“He has made a good impression in training.”
There was mixed injury news for the Tangerines as they prepared to welcome the Pars.
Billy King is already ruled out but Craig Curran has finally recovered from his dead leg.
Laszlo said of the latter player: “Craig trained with us even last week so he will be, if nothing happens, part of the team.”
Stewart Murdoch’s knee is causing concern but he will train with the rest of the squad today.