After an indifferent first half to the season, Patrick Kluivert has promised Paris Saint-Germain fans that new players will arrive in January.
PSG salvaged a 2-2 draw with Ligue 1 pace-setters OGC Nice on Sunday, leaving them in third place, four points behind Lucien Favre's men.
Under former manager Laurent Blanc, who was sacked after winning the league by 31 points, the French giants held a 15 point lead at the top of the table in mid December last year.
With Unai Emery replacing the popular Frenchman, in order to bring the European success the Arabic owners crave – the club's fans have made their displeasure known of their faltering league title defence.
However, Kluivert has eased their recent qualms by stating they will re-inforce the squad in the upcoming transfer window.
"We are working on something but that it is not a central defender," he said after the game as Edison Cavani's 21st and 22nd goal of the season secured the draw.
"Central defence is not a priority of ours but we have other pressing needs," the Dutchman added.
"Nothing is certain today. It is important to review our team again before focusing on our needs and making decisions. Players will be arriving."