Kenny Dalglish has praised Liverpool's owners for their approach to this summer's transfer window.
Anfield has already welcomed two additions in Jordan Henderson, who arrived from Sunderland, and Charlie Adam, who completed his switch from Blackpool earlier this week, while the club's director of football Damien Comolli has revealed there are set to be more signings before the end of August.
Dalglish believes the club owner John Henry and chairman Tom Werner deserve the credit for backing their promise to invest in the squad but admits his side may miss out on some of their transfer targets.
"John and Tom will give us whatever they can afford. We have to use that money with a certain amount of responsibility," Dalglish told the club's official website.
"The owners know what they are doing and we've had great support from them. They are running it the right way.
"We won't get everyone we are after this summer but other clubs won't always get who they have enquired about.
"That's just the way it is. We've done some business already and we'll continue to do what we are doing in a responsible manner."
Liverpool is set to travel to China on their pre-season tour and Dalglish has revealed that Andy Carroll, Daniel Agger and Martin Kelly are all fit to take part in his side's preparations.
"The three of them are absolutely fine. They've played a full part in training and are fully recovered from the injuries," said Dalglish.
"Training has been great this week and everyone is looking forward to the trip."