Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he is a "bit fed up" with all the questions and demands ahead of the last few weeks of the summer transfer window.
Arsenal fans have been very vocal recently after the Frenchman failed to add a new defender and a new striker to his squad.
But speaking about the goalless draw against Leicester City, he says he needs to analyse the situation before signing the right player.
"We wanted to win the game," he told BT Sport.
"We gave absolutely everything to win the game. It was a game of high intensity. After conceding four goals we produced a great defensive performance. Leicester were not champions for no reason, they were well organised.
"I think overall it was a good performance, a good match between two good teams. It was a game of top level intensity and I believe we responded well to last week's disappointment.
"Leicester are a good team - they did not win the league and only lose three games last season for nothing. We had to fight until the end. We could have lost or won it in the last 20 minutes. We wanted to win the game and we finished with five attacking players on the pitch.
"[New signings?] I'm a bit fed up to say the same thing, like we do not want to spend. We analyse everything and then make the right signings."