HUDDERSFIELD Town boss Mark Robins wants to bring in at least five new signings this summer.
Fans are desperate to find out which new faces will be wearing the new Puma kit launched today, and manager Robins says they are getting closer on one or two targets.
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While Town still hope to draft in loan star James Vaughan from Norwich and remain strongly linked with Walsall's Jamie Paterson, Robins would not reveal who hes after, just that he's hopeful of getting the right characters through the door.
Conceding its been a quiet transfer window so far, Robins said: "We are ploughing on and trying to get things across the line, doing our business in the right way.
"It's about getting the right people and the right characters and we are down the line on one or two, so no doubt in the next week, two weeks or month things will start to drop into place."
Pre-season is just a week away and, since the senior squad last played against Barnsley on May 4, Vaughan, Jermaine Beckford, Lee Novak, Alan Lee, Neil Danns, Scott Arfield and Tom Clarke have all left for one reason or another.
"There are a number of players who are interesting us and, ideally, you would want as many of them as possible with you for the start of pre-season training, but it very rarely happens like that," said Robins, whose squad are back at Canalside next Thursday.
"Hopefully well be getting five players to come into the building, maybe more, who knows? We need to supplement those forward positions, and that's where the bulk of our energy will be focused until we can get the right people in."
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