Leeds United must strengthen their attacking options this month.
Leeds United are hopeful that this could finally be the year in which they manage to get out of the Championship, but the club's activity in this month's transfer window could be key in terms of determining whether they fulfil that objective.
Thomas Christiansen's side have been heavily active in the transfer market so far - they have signed defenders Laurens De Bock and Aapo Halme along with midfielder Yosuke Ideguchi (who has been loaned out to Cultural Leonesa), while forward Oliver Sarkic has made his loan move permanent.
However, it is evident that Leeds need to bring in another striker this month if they are to stand a good chance of getting back into the Premier League.
Kemar Roofe, who has filled in well up front at times, is Leeds' leading scorer across all competitions this season with seven goals, while Samu Saiz and the inconsistent Pierre-Michel Lasogga have found the net on five occasions each.
Leeds, however, still lack a prolific striker and Christiansen must act quickly in order to address this issue.
Failure to do so could be very costly indeed, but if Christiansen finds the right option then it could make the difference for Leeds.