Villa open to offers
Paul Lambert has admitted he would like to add a couple more players to his Villa squad, but is content ahead of the West Ham game.
The Scot has added three new faces to the squad since he look over at Villa Park, with Karim El Ahmadi, Matthew Lowton and Ron Vlaar having all joined the club.
However, Lambert is still on the look out for a new full-back after deciding to get rid of Alan Hutton, while a new striker also remains on the former Norwich boss's wanted list.
Lambert doesn't expect any new arrivals before Saturday's season-opener with West Ham but admits he will be keeping an eye out for deals right up until the transfer window shuts.
"Have there been any bids made or received? No. So I'll wait and see what happens," said Lambert. "If we go with what we've got on Saturday then I've not got a problem.
"I don't know if there will any more activity before then, but the group are doing all right, so we'll have to wait and see.
"It will be a tough game at West Ham, but I'm looking forward to playing for real. I can't ask for any more from the players in terms of effort."