Liverpool's 1-0 win over Sunderland means they sit just four points off a Champions League spot, but manager Brendan Rodgers still needs to make January additions.
The attack just hasn't clicked for Liverpool since the sale of Luis Suarez to Barcelona and the injury to Daniel Sturridge, and bringing in more attacking players seems like being a given for the Reds.
The likes of Saido Berahino (West Brom), Paulo Dybala (Palermo) and Jackson Martinez (Porto) have all been linked with moves to Anfield, but it seems that manager Rodgers could have other ideas.
The Daily Mail suggest that Liverpool-owned winger Oussama Assaidi will have his loan spell at Stoke City cut short in order for him to move out to the Middle East this month.
Stoke will subsequently pursue a deal for Tottenham's Aaron Lennon, but only because they won't be able to sign Nathan Redmond, who will be targeted by Liverpool, they suggest.
Redmond, 20, started his club with local Birmingham City, and having broken into their first team, he earned a £2m move to Norwich City in 2013.
However, the Daily Mail report that Liverpool will mount a £10m bid for the pacey winger, and whilst he may not be the star name fans were looking for, he does have bags of potential, and could be a star of the future for the Reds.