Unbeaten in the Premiership, knocked out of Europe. That's pretty much Celtic's season so far in a nutshell.
With the loss of key players such as Victor Wanyama (to Southampton), Kelvin Wilson (to Nottingham Forest) and Gary Hooper (to Norwich), the Hoops had to be smart in the transfer market during the summer.
While they made almost £21 million from player sales, the six new signings who were brought in made up a combined £9.5 million.
After the club's lacklustre exit from the Champions League, questions have been asked about the quality which was signed to replace Wanyama and Hooper.
Now, almost halfway through the season, we take a look at how these new players have fared since arriving in Glasgow.