BRENTFORD boss Andy Scott wants two or three players to complete his squad.
The Bees have already snapped up six summer signings so far, with Lewis Price, Leon Legge Danny Foster, Sam Saunders, Ben Strevens and Myles Weston making the move to Griffin Park.
Alan Bennett's arrival is all but a done deal, so Scott can switch his attentions to a keeper and a forward to complete the jigsaw.
Triallist keeper Craig Holloway (pictured) could fill one of the slots, and is expected to get a decision on his future tomorrow.
Scott said: "We've got Craig on trial and we'll see how he goes.
"He did very well [on the training camp] in Spain. His communication with the back four is excellent.
"Obviously we need a centre forward for Charlie [MacDonald's'] absence."
The Bees supremo is also running the rule over Sutton United midfielder Bentley Graham.
The youngster featured against Farnborough and Staines Town, but missed out on the 3-1 defeat to Ipswich.
Scott added: "He's doing pre-season with us. He may or may not get an opportunity against Aldershot on Saturday. I'm not putting too much pressure on him."