Leeds defender Jason Pearce wants to see the club complete a few more summer signings before the players return for pre-season training.
Pearce, 24, sealed his move to Leeds from Portsmouth last month and is manager Neil Warnock's only signing since the end of last season.
"I do have a look on the Sky Sports website to see if anything is happening," Pearce told Yorkshire Radio.
"I was obviously the first one to come in and I would hope to see a few more before the start of pre-season."
Pearce signed a four-year deal with Leeds at the beginning of May for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £500,000.
Warnock had hoped Pearce's former Pompey team-mate Joel Ward would follow him to Elland Road, but he recently completed a move to Crystal Palace amid reports Leeds could not find the £400,000 transfer fee.
Former Derby midfielder Paul Green and QPR goalkeeper Paddy Kenny are two more players recently linked with a move to the club.