The forwards that the new manager wants at White Hart Lane.
There is much interest surrounding Tottenham Hotspur currently as newly appointed manager Mauricio Pochettino looks to put his own stamp on the squad.
The former Southampton boss takes over from Tim Sherwood, after Spurs sacked two head coaches during what was a somewhat disappointing season for the North Londoners.
Tottenham finished sixth in the Premier League despite spending over £100m on new players last summer and Pochettino will be expected to qualify for the Champions League in 2014/15.
One area that desperately needs improvement is in attack, where only Emmanuel Adebayor showed any real form last term and the future of the 30-year-old and Roberto Soldado are in doubt in any case.
So here are five strikers Pochettino is thinking of signing.
Javier Hernandez, Manchester United
The Mexican has grown increasingly frustrated at Old Trafford over the past 12 months with first team opportunities becoming more limited.
Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie have always been ahead of Hernandez for a place in the starting XI, but the emergence of Danny Welbeck has just exacerbated things for the 26-year-old and he could well be open to a move away.
Source: Daily Star.