Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup has refused to be drawn on specific transfer targets, despite revealing that he is in the market for a striker.
The 49-year-old told the South Wales Evening Post: "I don't want to go into names. There have been so many names linked with us that if we signed only half of them, we would have 36 players.
"But a striker is a priority because goals are so important. Signing Wilfried Bony was great, but we still need a different kind of striker as well because hopefully we will play many games this season."
Swansea begin their Premier League campaign with a home match with Manchester United on Saturday.