Sunderland owner Stewart Donald has moved to reassure fans over the club's lack of transfer activity.
A number of fans have grown frustrated with Sunderland still yet to seal their first signing of the summer.
That's not to say they haven't been interested in players - with forward Florian Kamberi a target before his switch to Hibernian was confirmed yesterday.
Likewise, Jason Naismith was reportedly a name under consideration before he was snapped up by League One rivals Peterborough.
But Donald has moved to reassure fans concerns over the lack of activity.
He has confirmed that a number of targets have been identified with several bids in place, while plenty of the window still remains.
Replying to a fan on Twitter, the Sunderland owner said: "I would be pretty sure at this stage of the transfer window less than 10 percent of player signings have been made - there are still lots of players on holiday and hundreds still available.
"The player movements will start soon I am sure. We have offers out and lots of targets!"
The Sunderland owner also wasn't entertaining rumours of a loan bid for Wahbi Khazri.
Khazri, who spent last season with Stade Rennais, has been linked with a loan switch to Besiktas.
But Donald insists that unless the club's valuation for a permanent transfer is met, he will be going nowhere.
In another tweet, he added: "Unless we get a decent fee he will be back here playing!!"
Meanwhile, Sunderland have been handed a home tie against Sheffield Wednesday in the first round of the Carabao Cup.
The Black Cats will entertain the Championship side on week commencing August 13.