Everton boss Roberto Martinez has confirmed he is in the market for a couple of new signings, but is looking for players who will bring more to his side than a "24-hour buzz", reports ​the Liverpool Echo.


The Spaniard has signed only Tom Cleverley and Gerard Deulofeu so far this transfer window and supporters are growing increasingly frustrated at the club's lack of activity.


The Toffees were reportedly interested in Switzerland international Xherdan Shaqiri but missed out on the £12m winger to Premier League rivals Stoke City.


However, Martinez insists he is looking for squad reinforcements, but stressed that he won't buy based on name alone.


When asked about Everton's progress on the transfer front, the 42-year-old replied: ​“We are very clear on that.


“We know we need to bring a couple of new faces in but I am very much aware that they need to be players who improve or help the players we already have at the club.


“It is not just a case of bringing in names and players for the sake of it.


“That is something that sounds great for 24 hours but it doesn’t help in the next 10 months.


“To play for Everton they have to come and fit in well with what we want to do and the football club they have to represent and making sure we add to our squad which is getting stronger.


“The core of our squad finished fifth the season before last and then experienced tough lessons last season but also had fantastic experiences in Europe as well.”