Tony Pulis has confirmed that he would like to strengthen every area of his squad at West Brom in the summer transfer window.
The Baggies boss has made little progress so far with just one deal completed, bringing in winger Matt Phillips from Queens Park Rangers for £5million.
The club have been linked with a host of new players, including Leicester left-back Jeffrey Schlupp and West Ham forward Diafra Sakho, but progress has been slow so far.
Nevertheless, Pulis is adamant that he intends to bring in more reinforcements and he is set to hold talks with recruitment chief Nick Hammond on Friday.
Speaking after goals from Salomon Rondon and Callum McManaman gave the Baggies a 2-1 win against Vitesse Arnhem in the FOX Sports Cup in the Netherlands on Thursday night, Pulis told the Express & Star he wants to strengthen ‘every position you look at’.
He added: “The back players, midfield players and front players, we have to strengthen.
“The targets have been there, we know what we want.”