PAUL COOK will look to continue strengthening Pompey after sealing a move for Ryan Fulton.
The Blues manager has sealed a youth loan deal for the Liverpool keeper, who has arrived until the end of the season.
Fulton will go straight into the first-team picture for the promotion battle with Oxford United.
The 19-year-old has yet to make a senior Liverpool appearance, but the Scottish under-21 international is highly regarded at Anfield.
Cook explained he is still looking to do business with recruits and add quality to his ranks.
He said: ‘We want to make our team better.
‘We have money, so I believe. I read it in The News! That’s how me, Mark Catlin and Tony Brown speak!
‘It’s going well. The supporters can be happy in the fact the club has come a long way.
‘The cup runs and full houses add to what is a club moving forward.
‘When we go into the market we are bringing in players who improve us.
‘The club has put itself in that position and we are all happy to be there.
‘We have to look ahead now irrespective of where we are or where we think we’ll be looking ahead.
‘In the end, if you have good players you will end up where you want to be.
‘The foundations are strong.
‘What are foundations? They are something which make you better in the future.
That’s what we’re trying to do.’