HUDDERSFIELD Town boss Simon Grayson today revealed he has already had preliminary talks over a number of potential transfer targets.
The Town manager is keen to start building for the 2012-13 Championship campaign as soon as possible.
He has already decided on his retained list, and will this morning start telling 10 out-of-contract players whether they are staying or going.
There are also scheduled meetings with chairman Dean Hoyle and chief executive Nigel Clibbens to fix a budget for summer signings.
"It's going to be a busy and important few days", said Grayson, who guided Town to League I play-off final victory over Sheffield United at Wembley on Saturday.
"As the last side to be sure of a Championship place, were already playing catch-up with our divisional rivals to a degree.
"But there is no panic, because I am confident that what we can offer as a club will be tempting to plenty.
"I know there are lots of players out there who want to come and play for us, and I have already held preliminary talks over a number of potential deals."
Grayson said he has yet to talk to Reading over on-loan centre-back Sean Morrison, who has made clear his desire to stay.
Grayson said: "Sean has done well here, but there are a number of factors to take into account before we make any move in that direction.
"It's all a bit of a jigsaw in the sense that sometimes a number if pieces have to fall into place for a deal to happen."