Burton Albion have been busy in the summer transfer market, making no less than six signings as the Brewers look to bolster their ranks ahead of what is sure to be another tough and demanding season.
Midfielder Matty Lund was the first of the bunch, arriving shortly after the conclusion of the 2016/17 season finished in May, with the 26-year-old eventually joining upon the expiry of his contract at Rochdale in June.
Liam Boyce of Ross County followed, with a club-record transfer fee shelled out to secure last season's Scottish Premiership top-scorer - with the striker notching 23 goals last term.
Wigan Athletic defensive pair Stephen Warnock and Jake Buxton then joined, hoping to avenge their relegation with the Latics by helping Albion to another survival feat.
Luke Murphy has re-joined the club on a season-long loan from Leeds United following his successful spell last term.
And Hope Akpan was signed earlier this week on a one-year-deal following his release from Blackburn Rovers - completing the six signings made so far.
Brewers boss Nigel Clough has made it clear that he is still actively looking in the market, with over a month left of the transfer window.