After two difficult seasons Lokomotiv Moskva is focused upon returning to glory.
Club president Nikolai Naumov told UEFA that the:
"Goal has to be to win all the domestic competitions.
"We are dissapointed with last season's results.
"Our goal has to be to win all the domestic competitions and do so playing attractive football. The final part of the last championship showed that we are on the right path."
"We are planning to add eight or nine players to our squad."
Along with raiding Amkar Perm for Croatian midfielder Tomislav Dujmović and FC Moskva's Stanislav Ivanov and Oleg Kuzmin:
Oleg Kuzmin said of the move:
"Lokomotiv have had two bad seasons but this is still a big club in Russia.
"I also had offers from Krylya Sovetov and champions Rubin Kazan but I chose the Railwaymen because the atmosphere at the stadium here is much better and the club has very modern training facilities. Lokomotiv also have big ambitions and I want to help to hit new heights."