Celtic manager Neil Lennon wants to add new faces to his squad before Friday’s transfer deadline following successful qualification for the Champions League group stage.
A 4-0 aggregate win over Helsingborg ensured Celtic’s place in Thursday’s draw and with the financial boost that games against Europe’s elite will bring, Lennon can now look to improve his options.
However, the manager said that rewarding the players who had achieved success so far was just as important as making new signings.
"We will have a couple lined up and hopefully we can get the medicals done," Lennon said.
"I don't know how many. My mind has been occupied for last night's game.
"There could be bundles coming in, all wanting to jump on the bandwagon but first and foremost my priority is to the players already here.
"I want to speak to Peter about rewarding some of them, maybe with new contracts. I think they have thoroughly deserved them.
"Some have played way beyond the expectation of them when we brought them in and we want to reward them.
"They have been very good for me so I want to be good for them."
Celtic will learn which of Europe’s top teams will be visiting Parkhead when the group stage draw takes place at 5pm on Thursday but Lennon was relaxed about the prospect, saying he didn’t mind who he was facing.
"If we can avoid Barcelona and Real Madrid, we might have half a chance,” he said. “But it doesn't matter.
"I have no idea how we will do but for the players to play at the big table again is great.
"It will be very exciting. We will all be glued to the television.
"The expectation going into the game last night was huge. It won't be so big going into the group stages.
"So from that point of view the pressure is off."