Tottenham are reportedly targeting a host of strikers.
Spurs have seen England international Harry Kane enjoy another prolific season in front of goal, but the concern for many is that one injury to Kane could ruin Tottenham's impressive season.
With a strong squad in most areas, Tottenham seemingly have only one position that needs strengthening, and fans are keen to see another striker brought in to support Kane.
Whilst many have anticipated a bid for West Brom's Saido Berahino, The Telegraph report that Spurs are turning their attention towards other strikers.
It's stated that, whilst Spurs have looked at Basel's Breel Embolo, Utrecht's Sebastian Haller and Gent's Laurent Depoitre, manager Mauricio Pochettino is also targeting Spaniards Inaki Williams and Borja Baston.
Williams, 21, has been a sensation for Athletic Bilbao since being brought into the first team last season, with an impressive ten goals in 21 goals this season.
Of Ghanaian and Liberian descent, Williams became the first black player to ever score for Bilbao last season, and has routinely impressed with his pace and power, as well as his finishing ability in front of goal - but much like Ander Herrera and Javi Martinez before him, Bilbao are unlikely to sell him cheaply.
Meanwhile, 23-year-old Baston - also known as Borja Gonzalez - scored 23 goals in 39 games for Real Zaragoza last season, whilst the Atletico Madrid-owned hitman has also hit 11 goals in 20 games on loan for Eibar this season.
Baston may come cheaper than Williams, but ending his loan deal at Eibar could be complicated, whilst Williams has the potential to become a major star in the coming years, and it may be worth Spurs splashing out the extra cash to land such an impressive young player.