Slavisa Jokanovic is still desperate to add a striker and senior players to his Fulham squad, despite a 100 per cent start of the season.
The Whites frontmen of Matt Smith and Cauley Woodrow have both scored for the club in their first two games but, after the departures of Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele, they are short in that area.
And Jokanovic is confident that a new face will be in at Craven Cottage sooner rather than later.
“I still need strikers. We've sold Ross and Moussa so we need to improve. We are looking in the market,” he said.
“We are always close (to players). I'm talking about things and I expect soon. We're in full competiton and we're playing Saturday-Tuesday. We need a bigger squad. I expect we're going to sign somebody soon.”
Clubs appear to be struggling to bring players in as the wage demands of players increase but the Serbian doesn't believe it should be an issue to be concerned about.
He said: “Fulham are a big club. We're the oldest club in London in a great area in London and England. It's one of the best places for footballer. It's not complicated to find the right player for Fulham.