West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce plans to use the club's Stratford plans to help in the transfer market.
Allardyce admits he will show any transfer targets detailed models of what the stadium will look like in a bid to sign them.
He revealed: "I think we could use the model. We have artistic impressions we can put up and say to any prospective player this is where we'll be in 2016."
He added: "There is always a worry lack of goals could cost you.
"West Ham have had many a game where we have dominated and have not taken our chances. We are the lowest goal scorers away from home and that is why life has been a struggle away.
"Putting the ball in the net is critical. We haven't done that which is why we are not safe already. Our top scorer is Kevin Nolan and he is on six from midfield. You want more from your strikers."