The ambitious Russian side's head coach feels that they have spent their money wisely as they can boast a perfect transfer record in his opinion
The Russian outfit managed to lure high profile names such as Samuel Eto'o, Yuri Zhirkov and Balazs Dzsudzsak to Dagestan and Gadzhiev feels that Anzhi have not set a foot wrong during the summer transfer window.
"We were reasonably concerned because there have been cases in football where money was invested in an ill-matched mix of players and it turned out that the club had thrown their money away," Gadzhiev told Uefa.com.
"Our board was aware of that and tried to minimise the risk. When we look for new signings we judge players not only on their football skills but also their personal qualities. We have not made a single mistake so far."
Anzhi currently sit fifth in the Russian league table with 37 points from 22 games.