Norwich City boss Chris Hughton has not ruled out the possibility of several new players arriving at Carrow Road before the start of the season in just over five weeks' time.
Under Paul Lambert's guidance, the Canaries finished 12th in the Premier League last term but are 2.50 to be relegated from the top-flight in the 2012-13 campaign.
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Hughton, who arrived at Norwich last month after leading Birmingham City to the Championship play-offs last term, has already signed England Under-21 international Jacob Butterfield from Barnsley as well as former Rangers defender Steven Whittaker.
Birmingham defender Curtis Davies and Burnley captain Chris McCann have also been linked with moves to Norfolk, and Hughton admitted: "I have to assess what I have here, and it will be my responsibility to certainly try to sustain everything good which we have had, but I would like to add to the squad, because that is natural. I have the funds to be able to do that.
"We have a responsibility to the club to try to improve the squad and try not to detract too much from what has been good over the past few seasons.
"There is a real feel-good factor about the club. It is a nice time to be around here at the moment."
Other teams expected to be enduring a relegation battle this season include West Ham, who can be backed at 3.00 to finish in the bottom three, while Swansea City are 3.25 to go down and West Brom 4.50.