Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup hopes to pick up another bargain this summer.
Laudrup will wait for rival clubs to asses their squads before making his move.
"There is still a long way to go in the window," he told the South Wales Echo. "There will be bigger clubs who have a player who fits in now but then things change and you have a possibility.
"Things can change and there is always the possibility you can lose someone even though all the players want to stay here, but looking at the squad right now we only need one other player.
"And that player is a striker but a different type. There is nothing imminent, we are not in any rush and it does not necessarily have to be right now or tomorrow or the day after. Perhaps it will be four weeks."