As many as 17 Championship clubs scored more goals than Leeds United in 2015-16.
But while a new striker is the solution for many, adding creativity is, arguably, just as important.
In terms of 'big chances created' Leeds were even worse, mustering 42 from their 46 matches - better than only Reading and relegated Bolton Wanderers.
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Head coach (for now) Steve Evans has had to work with a shoestring budget throughout his seven-month reign, and that could continue into the summer - whoever's in charge.
However, the loan market, in which only window-to-window deals are permitted next term, could present Leeds a solution.
And one player they could turn to Everton's Kieran Dowell. The teenager has earned rave reviews for his displays in the Toffees' Under-21s this past season, which peaked following a stunning long-range hat-trick against Leicester City last month.
As a result, Dowell was handed his first senior start in Sunday's season finale against Norwich, and went on to be crowned man of the match - having been involved in two of his team's goals.
Afterwards, the Lancastrian confessed his desire to play more frequently next season - even if it means leaving Goodison Park temporarily.
And with Whites teenager Lewis Cook said to be on Everton's radar, perhaps the two clubs could come to an agreement.