Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has talked up the possibility of yet more transfer activity this month.
The Hoops have already been very busy in January, bringing in three players so far.
Oliver Burke joined on loan from West Brom until the end of the season, while the signings of striker duo Timothy Weah and Vakoun Issouf Bayo were also confirmed recently.
The latter arrives in a deal believed to be worth around £2 million, while Weah, like Burke, will see out the season with the Hoops on loan from Paris Saint-Germain.
With the likes of Jack Hendry and winger Lewis Morgan also being linked with January moves away from the club, there could still be room for improvement in the Celtic squad.
Speaking to BBC Scotland, Rodgers is aware that the Hoops are in a title race this season and must prepare their squad to reflect that.
We will look to do more business, January is important for us. It’s not just trying to improve the squad for now but also for whatever summer qualification games we have. I think we’re in a very good place to kick on for the second part of the season.
I think it will be tight. I think it will go right down to its very end. Other teams have invested well and improved. That doesn’t mean we’ve got worse. The second half of the season will be really exciting.