St Mirren manager Danny Lennon will not be rushed as he looks to plug some gaps in his squad.
Lennon lost left-back Jeroen Tesselaar and forward Nigel Hasselbaink after the Dutch pair rejected new contracts.
Lennon is looking for a goalkeeper to rival Craig Samson after Graeme Smith, Adam McHugh and Michael McKinven left.
The Saints boss, who has signed Cowdenbeath midfielder Jon Robertson and former Doncaster and MK Dons striker Lewis Guy on pre-contract deals, told his club's website: "A lot of our work was done last year and quite a bit done during the January transfer window.
"We obviously need a goalkeeper and we have another couple of positions earmarked but you know it will only happen if the right type of player that we are looking for becomes available. At this minute in time we are identifying players who are out there.
"Things have been relatively quiet but I think over the next few weeks we'll see things start to busy up a bit. We certainly know what positions we need to fill so the important thing is that we get the right players with the right character that will come in and fit into our style and philosophy."