Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri says he is not focused on new signings.
The Foxes have struggled in the Premier League this season and Ranieri’s priority is to improve their form.
The Foxes qualified for the last 16 of Europe’s elite club competition with one game to spare by beating Belgium’s Club Brugge 2-1 on Tuesday.
But they have lost six of their opening 12 Premier League matches and are two points above the relegation zone.
“Now our mind must go on the Premier League,” said Ranieri.
He added: “Now the group is won, it is important to come back in the Premier League. I want to push my players to think about it.
“We are very close to relegation so we have to play at same level as in the Champions League. When we want to play for something, we achieve something.”
Ranieri said: “We’re on another journey. I don’t know where, but we’re excited.
“It’s unbelievable. Top of the group – how? I am very happy and very proud. I’m happy for the players, the chairman, the fans, everyone.”
Does the Italian have any preference as to who Leicester face next?
“It is not important to us,” he said. “It is important for us to play and have fun with our fans.”