With the winter transfer window closed for another year, Premier League clubs have to go with what they’ve got for the remainder of the season between now and the second week of May.
Some invested heavily during January, with Chelsea and Manchester United making the type of big-money signings they’ve become accustomed to over the years.
Others, however, acted with a sense of caution, with Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur capturing just one new player between them.
In the bottom half of the table, with just five points separating the relegation zone from 10th place, it was no surprise to see a number of teams bolstered.
Bottom side Fulham made no fewer than seven signings, while the likes of Crystal Palace, Sunderland and Cardiff City also opted for quantity in an attempt to beat the drop.
So with each of England’s top-flight clubs presenting their updated squad lists to the Premier League, we predict how the final table could look on May 11.