IAN Holloway has confirmed he is in the market for another striker.
Millwall have drafted in Lee Gregory and Ricardo Fuller so far this summer but Holloway is still looking to bolster his options up front before the season starts in two week's time.
Holloway, who sealed a deal for ex-Everton winger Magaye Gueye this morning, also hopes to find loan moves for some of his fringe players.
"I've got to assess every situation in my squad to see whether we are capable of competing at the other end of the table," he said. "I won't stop until the squad is good enough.
"I want another striker before the Leeds game. I'm quite open about what type of striker we get, but I've got my targets and we're trying to get them.
"Things are starting to open up – we're now seeing players being made available for loan, so I'll be looking at all the available options.
"That's happening both in the Premier League and the Championship. Managers are going through their squads after three weeks of pre-seasons and looking to change their squads.
"I'll be doing the same over the next couple of weeks because I've got far too many players so some of them will be loaned out.
"Every one of my players is being tested over and over again. If I like them, great, if I don't then I will replace them – it's as simple as that.
"The squad is still taking shape because we want to be successful."