Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis says the Gunners will make investments in the summer transfer window but insists that the main objective is to "retain the cohesiveness of the team".
Just like last season, boss Arsene Wenger said that he will only sign players if they can add something special to his squad and Gazidis seems to be on the same wavelength as the Frenchman.
"We've got a good financial position at the club, so we're really healthy going into the summer," Gazidis told the club's official website.
"I think we can make investments. Arsene [Wenger] has said we've got a big and deep squad, and a top quality squad. So it's not just turning over for the sake of turning over.
"The additions that Arsene will make will only be if we're finding really top class players that fulfil a need that we have.
"One of the really important balances to get right this summer is yes, to improve where we can, but also to retain the cohesiveness of the team because that's been a really important ingredient in the second half of this season; the team spirit, the cohesiveness of the group, you don't want to destroy it.
"So it's a delicate operation this summer to get that balance right, but I'm sure we're going to do it.
"I think in the last three or four years we've made good decisions over the transfer windows that have proven to be good over time.
"I'm hopeful we'll continue to do that and deliver the types of additions we need to make sure we're in a position to compete next year."