"I am not happy [with transfer dealings] but for me it is a challenge", he told Sky Sports. "I'm not happy with it, but at the same time, for me, it's a challenge and I will try to do my best".
"I'm working very hard with the people in the club to try to improve what we have at the moment".
Benitez yesterday spoke openly at an event to mark the launch of the new Premier League season, which kicks off for Newcastle at home to Tottenham on Sunday.
A striker is a high priority this summer but Chelsea's Tammy Abraham preferred Swansea City to the north east while Arsenal forward Lucas Perez would rather return to Spain, with a move back to Deportivo on the cards.
"We have a big squad and a lot of competition but I need to work hard and in the moments I am on the pitch, give my best", the Ghana worldwide explained. Everything is a little more hard. "We will continue to fight because the truth is that he [Perez] is looking forward to joining us".
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Deportivo La Coruna are still hopeful of re-signing Arsenal striker Lucas Perez but don't believe they can match competing offers.
"If I decide to stay, it's for the city, the fans, the stature of the club, to stay in England and in the Premier League".
"It has been a frustrating summer for him [Benitez]", Shearer said.
When Benitez committed to stay at Newcastle at the end of last season he was promised "every last penny" by club owner Mike Ashley to invest in the squad, but the reality has not been so simple. I don't know if that has been the case.
Asked about walking away, Benitez added: "No, I chose to stay".