Middlesbrough signed three new players on deadline day last week - and today they have been handed their squad numbers.
Tony Pulis' men have made an unbeaten start to the season and haven't conceded a goal since the opening day 2-2 draw at Millwall, a run of form which has seen them sit joint-top with Leeds United on 14 points.
However, that didn't stop the Boro manager from adding to his squad before the transfer window slammed completely shut.
Sam McQueen was first through the door last Thursday after he joined on a season-long loan deal from Premier League side Southampton, and he will wear the number 14 shirt.
Another addition then followed from Wolverhampton Wanderers, with Pulis bringing in Danny Batth, who captained Wolves to the Championship title last season, to bolster his back line.
Bath wore the number six for Wolves, and will do the same with Middlebrough.
And last but not least, long-term target George Saville eventually teamed up at the Riverside Stadium, with the club finally seeing am offer accepted from Millwall.
Saville has displayed the number 23 shirt at the Lions and previous club Brentford, however has been handed the number 22 shirt at Boro.
All three could be in line to make their debuts once the international break is over when Middlesbrough travel to Norwich City on September 15.