Queens Park Rangers will walk out onto the turf at Deepdale on the opening day of this Championship season hoping to improve on their 16th place finish from last campaign.
Having already signed German defender Toni Leistner, it would seem that Steve McClaren’s attention will now turn to bolstering their attacking options.
The introduction of a couple of new forward threats on the wings and down the centre, could be a real difference maker for the Hoops this season.
Having scored just 58 goals throughout the entire league campaign, it is abundantly clear that a new strike force is called for.
McClaren, who replaced Ian Holloway as head coach in May this year, has been somewhat tentative in the transfer market to date, but will need to spend money if he is to get QPR back into the Premier League – a division they haven’t achieved since the 2014/15 season.