The Fiji Football Association expects a busy transfer window this month as teams look to beef up their squad for the new season.
Fiji FA chief executive Bob Kumar said they were expecting a big number of player transfers within the districts with the transfer window opening yesterday.
Kumar said they were yet to receive any player transfer request as of yesterday.
"This is the beginning of the season and normally we do experience quite a big movement of players," he said.
"We are just hoping the right procedures are being followed during this process so the players and districts don't feel difficulties in getting their transfers through in the end."
Kumar said the onus was on players to follow the proper channel while requesting for their release.
He said the request should be first given to the club followed by the district and then the Fiji FA to formalise the deal.
Kumar said the players should only seek help from Fiji FA if they faced difficulty in getting their release approved from the clubs they play for.
"The onus is on the players to follow the right procedures in dealing with their transfers."
The transfer window closes on November 30.