The Chelsea boss says he is happy with his current squad.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says he is delighted with the way his squad is shaping up for the 2014-15 season, and insists that he will not be bring any more new arrivals to Stamford Bridge.
The Blues have already signed Diego Costa and Filipe Luis from Atletico Madrid, Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona and Mario Pasalic from Hajduk Split. Former talisman Didier Drogba also re-joined on a free transfer, and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has returned from his season-long loan at Atletico.
Mourinho is satisfied with the mix of youth and experience in the squad going into the season and he has ruled out further signings.
"We are so happy with the squad we have," he told the Chelsea website.
"The club was fantastic in the way they worked so hard and so fast to get Diego [Costa], Filipe [Luis] and [Cesc] Fabregas.
"We are happy, and we trust them. We did the job very well. We are outside the market now."
Mourinho is particularly pleased with the new-look attack at his disposal. Costa scored in Chelsea's 2-1 friendly win over Olimpija Ljubljana, and notched an assist in the 3-1 beating of Vitesse Arnhem.
"Vitesse were on top. We recovered the ball, one pass and Diego created the situation," Mourinho said. "When you have this kind of player it’s important because you can score out of context.
"The other good thing is we have not just Diego – we also have Drogba and Torres. I know what they can give. We have a group of three strikers that hopefully are going to give us a lot."
Chelsea were let down last year by their forwards' inability to score goals. The Blues will be hoping that their dynamic new front line will fire them to glory this season.
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