JOHN Berylson says Millwall do not need a major overhaul of their squad this summer.
The Lions have already brought in Lee Gregory, Byron Webster and Carlos Edwards ahead of the 2014-15 campaign.
Manager Ian Holloway is still in the market for a striker and a right winger but, beyond strengthening those two positions, Berylson does not foresee any further signings.
Chairman Berylson said: "There are still some spots in the team we have to fill – at least one – but it's not like last year when Lomas went after lots of players.
"I agree that we did have to make a lot of additions then but I don't think that's true this summer. A lot of our players are looking strong.
"When you worry whether Jimmy Abdou will get into the squad each week, that's a good feeling.
"We've got a full complement in midfield and the loss of Liam Trotter and Liam Feeney means nothing to me – they are fine players but they weren't right for us.
"We could use a few more bodies but I also think that one of our kids is going to come through"
It is no secret that the Lions are eager to strengthen up front – with Leeds United's Matt Smith their prime target – but Berylson will not rush into a deal.
One frontman who will not be coming to The Den is Stefan Maierhofer, who stalled for too long over a permenant switch to SE16.
"Maierhofer made a mistake," Berylson said. "But he made his bed and now he's going to sleep in it.
"He didn't realise our position, which is: if you don't want to play for Millwall, don't. He can't claim a language problem because he speaks English beautifully.
"He was obviously looking for something else, he didn't get it and then he came back to us – but it was too late. I think he was badly advised.
"I'm not in a hurry to sign a striker – we don't want to get the wrong guy."