Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola still hopes to make more signings ahead of the new Primera Liga season.
Guardiola has hinted that young players will get a chance once again this term, but insists he is interested in bringing in more new faces as well.
"New signings could arrive,'' he said at a press conference ahead of Saturday night's Spanish Supercup second leg against Sevilla.
"The club knows how I feel and if there are some positions we can strengthen. Someone may come in or not.''
Guardiola was unusually evasive, however, when asked about the future of under-fire striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The Barca coach was asked about the Swede six times during the press conference, but his responses were non-committal and even somewhat mysterious.
"For the good of everybody it is better if I say nothing,'' he said. When asked why, he replied: "Because I say so, I am the coach.''
Pressed further, Guardiola added: "He is here...he's a Barcelona player.''
On Thursday, Ibrahimovic's agent, Mino Raiola, ruled out a move for his client, who has been linked with both AC Milan and Manchester City this summer.