Arsenal have got their Premier League campaign off to a strong start - backed up by some impressive work from Mikel Arteta in the transfer market.
The Gunners host on West Ham on Saturday with Arteta looking to more big signings after Willian and Gabriel Magalhaes made hugely promising debuts in last weekend's win over Fulham.
Brazilian defender Gabriel scored and helped Arsenal keep a rare clean sheet, while Willian set up all three goals at Craven Cottage.
Arteta also secured a loan return for Dani Ceballos this summer after the Real Madrid midfielder impressed during the latter part of last season.
But perhaps the most impressive signing has been that of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who was convinced by Arteta to pen a new three-year deal after months of speculation that he would leave the club.
With defenders William Saliba, Pablo Mari and Cedirc Soares still to come into the side that played last Saturday, the Gunners are looking good.
But they're not the complete package yet. Here are three more signings Arteta could make before next month's deadline as he continues his Emirates revolution.
Arsenal need a new backup goalkeeper after Emiliano Martinez joined Aston Villa in a £20million move.
And Arteta has targeted Brentford keeper David Raya, who topped the Championship's clean sheets chart with 16 last season as the Bees mounted a bid for Premier League status.
The Bees - who finished third but missed out on promotion via the play-offs - have turned down an initial £10m bid from the Gunners, according to The Telegraph.
But Arsenal will not give up on trying to sign him - although they may have to agree to loan the 25-year-old back to Brentford for a season before a deal can be struck.
And while Raya would be signed as backup to Bernd Leno, it is believed who would relish the chance to battle for the No1 spot.
The Gunners are also closing in on the signing of Runar Alex Runarsson, with the Icelandic keeper set to join from Dijon for just £1.5m after reportedly agreeing personal terms.
Atletico Madrid midfielder has been on Arsenal's radar all summer, but the La Liga side will not sell unless the Gunners match their £45m price tag.
But before they can do that, Arteta's side must sell players in order to raise the necessary funds.
There has been talk that Arsenal tried to tempt Atletico with a swap deal involving Matteo Guendouzi - but Los Rojiblancos weren't interested.
Paris-Saint Germain boss Thomas Tuchel also said he didn't want Guendouz - cutting off a potential route to financing a deal for Partey.
Midfielder Lucas Torreira looks set to join Torino, while Sead Kolasinac could also be offloaded to boost Arteta's transfer kitty - although the left-back turned down interest from West Ham.
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Arsenal have targeted attacking midfielder Houssem Aouar after he played a key role in Lyon’s run to the Champions League semi-finals last season.
But the Ligue 1 side want £55m for their star man - giving Arsenal the same problem as they have faced in their pursuit of Partey.
However, provided they can raise, Arteta's side shouldn't have a problem in getting the Aouar deal over the line.
It is believed he is keen to join Arsenal before the summer transfer window closes next month, and Italian journalist Nicolo Schira has claimed on Twitter that he agreed a five-year deal with the club as early as two weeks ago.
According to French football expert Julien Laurens, Arsenal will prepare a bid for Aouar once Lucas Torreira seals his move to Torino.