"Our aim is to keep the starting XI from last season and Dave and I hope to add to that list."
Cardiff have been linked with a move for Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Andy Keogh and although Jones would not confirm his targets, the manager now hopes to sign reinforcements in time for their visit to Derby County on Saturday week.
But Jenkins, who arrived from Newport Gwent Dragons rugby region in May, has warned the club could suffer a third transfer ban.
"We will have to face further challenges and we're fully aware of them," said Jenkins.
"And we will meet them head on to bring the business onto a strong commercial and financial footing. Then hopefully we can grow the team and grow the business."
"But we can't rule out another embargo, that is certainly a possibility."
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