Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has confirmed that the club are working hard to bring in another striker, Sky Sports understands.
A Charlie Austin penalty was enough to secure all three points against Yeovil Town at the weekend, and send the Hoops to the top of the Championship.
However, remarkably only four teams in the division have scored few than their total of eight goals so far this term.
Also, in Austin, the club have just one fit senior striker as Andy Johnson has had an operation, leading him to join Bobby Zamora on the side-lines.
Former Tottenham Hotspur boss Redknapp has been considering a move for Harry Kane, who he worked with at White Hart Lane, though having come on as a substitute in Spurs’ late win over Cardiff City at the weekend, might not be available.
After stretching their unbeaten run to eight games, and tightening their grip on top spot, Rangers are now priced at 6/4 to lift the Championship trophy.