David Flitcroft is looking to add a new striker to his Barnsley squad to help stave off relegation.
The Tykes' new boss has inherited a side that are the second lowest scorers in the division, with a return of 28 goals in 27 games.
Only 12 of the goals have come at Oakwell, while almost a third of the 16 goals scored away from home came in the 5-0 win at Birmingham.
Flitcroft, who has been appointed manager until the end of the season, wants to add more firepower to his squad.
He told BBC Radio Sheffield: "It is a case of finding a renowned striker who can score the goals to keep us up.
"We know we haven't scored enough goals so that is a potential target.
"There are some good players out there who could benefit this team and this squad.
"We have touched base with a few managers and there are deals in the melting pot and now it is about getting the right player."