Jose Mourinho is looking to sign up to three players this summer to bolster Chelsea’s Premier League title-winning squad.
The champions blew their domestic rivals away last season by leading the race from start to finish and ending their five-year wait to get their hands back on the trophy.
Big-money signings like Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas made the difference to help wrestle the title back from Manchester City and Mourinho is looking to dip into the market again this summer.
City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are all expected to invest heavily to try and catch Chelsea and Mourinho knows he must make his team even stronger next term.
"We like the players, we are happy with the players," Mourinho said.
"Two or three are always coming to the club, that’s normal. The players I am looking for are my players, the players I want to keep. Last season I had players I wanted to sell.
"The most important thing in the market is not to lose players. How can I find a better striker than Diego Costa? A better midfielder than Matic? A better right-back than Ivanovic?
"Our squad this season was very good. We didn’t have many injuries.
"We had three players play 38 matches of the Premier League. If you come to a champion team you are not a big name. The big names are the champions."
Meanwhile, the champions have landed in the Bangkok for their post-season tour as they prepare to face the Thailand All-Stars on Saturday.
In pictures: Chelsea arrive in Thailand
"It’s great to be back here. We’ve had some great times here and for the fans to see us first-hand as champions, it’s great for them and great for us," said 34-year-old Terry.
"We’re looking forward to the game and we’re here to win it.
‘We’re here to win the game, we take great pride in that, and we’re up against some of the best players in their league. Hopefully it will be a good game.
"We’ve got a lot of big stars here who have competed in the league. We’ve come here to impress.
"It’s an opportunity for the fans to see us live at the game, and hopefully we can put on a good show. We’re pleased after becoming champions but we have two games left and hope to impress the fans."