Leeds United need to start planning for next season now.
Leeds United boss Steve Evans has made it clear that Leeds will not be bringing in emergency loan signings just for the hell of it at the moment.
The club are clear of relegation and way off of promotion so have very little to play for this season.
With that in mind they have plenty of time to start planning for the new season.
Leeds should be looking to strengthen every position for the future, including the striker position.
One potential option would be Swindon Town's Nicky Ajose - top scorer in League One this season. Of course he is a former Leeds player, essentially cast out by the club last summer, so that would be a bitter pill to swallow.
But perhaps they could look at a very similar player currently playing for West Yorkshire rivals Huddersfield Town.
Nahki Wells would be an excellent addition to the Leeds fold.
The Bermudan has scored 15 goals in 39 appearances for the Terriers this season and would add something Leeds are seriously lacking up top - pace.
Wells would not come cheap. He has had a good season, is only 25 and Leeds would need to pay a premium to bring in a player from a local rival.
But he would be a shrewd arrival at the club in order to take Leeds United up the Championship table.