Swansea City Manager Paul Clement has admitted that he will enter the January transfer market in a bid to strengthen his attacking options.
Despite adding Tammy Abraham and Wilfried Bony, the Swans have managed to score just seven Premier League goals in their opening 14 games.
Speaking to the Press today, Paul Clement confirmed he will be entering the market to bolster their attacking options.
The former Real Madrid and Bayern Munich assistant manager said:
“When you see our goalscoring record and our ability to take chances, you can see we need to strengthen the forward positions.
“How many players that will be I don’t know. It’s hard to say at the moment, but certainly I think we need one or two.
“Our recruitment department are working hard to identify good players who can bring us more quality and more help in the forward positions, and who are realistic targets for us.”
Reports have suggested they are interested in Liverpool’s Dominic Solanke.