MARTIN Jol still hopes to add another striker to his Fulham squad after landing Dimitar Berbatov.
The Whites are expected to wrap up the signing of the Manchester United frontman this morning in time for tomorrow's trip to West Ham.
Berbatov will become the third forward to arrive at Craven Cottage this summer, following the capture of Mladen Petric and Hugo Rodallega.
However, boss Jol still wants to boost his firepower before the window slams shut at 11pm tonight.
He said: “We always had four or five [strikers] but we lost them. Now we are okay there but we could still do something in that area in the next day.
“If you play with two [frontmen], you need four, and if you play with one you could get away with three.”
The Dutchman is also closing in on the signing of Sunderland winger Kieran Richardson.
But Jol still wants to strengthen his midfield following the departure of Moussa Dembele to Spurs earlier this week.
And he insists there's cash available to bolster his squad.
He added: “We had money before that. We're a healthy clubs so we didn't need the Dembele money."
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