The Wagner Revolution continues apace, with the capture of Ivan Paurevic the sixth signing of the summer for Huddersfield Town.
Paurevic joins from FC Ufa , having worked with David Wagner before at Borussia Dortmund , to add extra competition in the centre of the park.
But with more signings predicted before the window shuts on the final day of August - after all, it doesn't officially open until July 1 - in what shape does that leave the squad?
It seems likely that the newest member will be angling for one of the two positions at the base of midfield, alongside Jonathan Hogg, Dean Whitehead and Philip Billing.
Wagner loves to tinker with his starting line-up and rotation is one of his watch words, but when it comes to his formation he is entirely monogamous.
The 4-2-3-1 blueprint is here to stay in Huddersfield.
There were rumours a few months ago that Premier League sides were interested in Billing after his rapid emergence, but all has gone quiet on that front.
And fans worried that Paurevic will stunt the Town youth product's continued growth should be reassured - the 19-year-old saw plenty of minutes last season in competition with Emyr Huws.
The Wigan Athletic loanee will not be returning, and Paurevic is a logical replacement, albeit Town fans will hope he is an upgrade on a player that Dean Hoyle ruled out paying money to sign permanently.
A total of 46 Championship games, as well as Wagner's love of rotation, should mean plenty of minutes to go round.
The manager has made no secret of his desire to have two players at each position possessing Championship quality, and the loss of Huws coupled with the release of Duane Holmes ensured that a new midfield addition was always on the shopping list.
Dean Whitehead will be 35 during the upcoming campaign and is already taking coaching courses as he considers life after his playing career.
He's unlikely to be able to play twice a week, while Paurevic can also play centre back. The usual helping of injuries and suspensions should leave Billing with plenty of action ahead of him.
Further forward, there remains some work to be done before the new term.
Town have been strongly linked with a move for Jack Payne as a more creative force and sources suggest a deal is close , while Wagner has expressed his desire to keep Jamie Paterson on numerous occasions.
Paterson is a waiting game as Nottingham Forest's ownership situation remains firmly up in the air.
If Town cannot agree a deal in a timely manner they may have to move on to other targets to ensure they are not left short-handed in the final reckoning - the decision to release Karim Matmour already leaves a spare dressing room peg waiting for a new arrival.
Where does Kyle Dempsey fit in? Still only 20, he has time on his side but David Wagner is now convinced his future does not lie at right back and instead he will look at accommodating him into the midfield equation.
Joe Lolley blossomed under the tutelage of David Wagner, but Sean Scannell struggled to make an impact after returning from injury towards the end of last season.
One thing's for sure - the manager isn't finished yet.