Incoming Manchester United manager David Moyes does not officially take charge at Old Trafford until July 1, but the Scotsman has wasted no time in making himself active in the summer transfer window.
On Friday, Uruguayan right-back Guillermo Varela completed his move to the Barclay's Premier League champions and became Moyes' first signing at Old Trafford.
But surely the arrival of the largely-unknown 20-year-old will not be the last signing at the Theatre of Dreams this summer.
United fans have watched on this month as rivals Man City have strengthened ahead of the new campaign with the captures of Fernandinho and Jesus Navas, while new Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will also likely open the chequebook again at Stamford Bridge.
The need for United to follow suit and rebuild then is apparent—particularly in this great period of transition following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson.
It is unknown if Moyes can step into his great shoes, but the procurement of one or two of the following players would certainly help matters.