Dalglish, who unlike this season has the Europa League to contend with come August, is focused on strengthening his squad rather than anything else.
"Most of our plans are in place. We need to get the work done and get on with it," added the Scot, who no longer has the back-up he had on transfers after director of football Damien Comolli left the club last month.
"Conversations happen throughout the whole season, they just tend to pick up in the last week of the season and there have been lots of conversations in the last few days.
"There have been a lot of discussions between various parties which have to be made and we will carry on do our work during the summer.
"We have been talking to the owners throughout the calendar year and have discussed many facets of the job and what it entails.
"You also discuss what availability and what possibilities there are and we've been through every option with everyone.
"It is an ongoing process and not much has changed. Maybe because the transfer window opens there will be some business done - but that is the same for everyone.
"At the end of the season every club and supporter looks anxiously to see what is happening in terms of business being done.
"But the business-side of it won't be discussed publicly."