New Brighton boss Graham Potter says he is not anticipating a flurry of transfer activity after replacing Chris Hughton. Former Swansea manager Potter was appointed on a four-year deal on Monday after Hughton was sacked following the conclusion of the Premier League campaign.
The 44-year-old expects a few new arrivals in the summer, but stressed he has no intention of overseeing a squad overhaul. “I’m not expecting a massive amount [of signings],” he said, as reported by The Argus. “There are some good players here, a lot of good work has already been done.
“Any football club will look to use the window to try to improve, and that’s a normal process, but my focus has always been on trying to help the players who are already here to improve. “It’s the old cliche – it’s a clean slate. I’m looking forward to meeting everybody, getting to understand what they’re about, what qualities they bring to the group on and off the pitch. But clearly every window you want to try to help the team to get better.”