Steve Kean says he wants to bring David Beckham to Blackburn Rovers in addition to signing Ronaldinho.
The Blackburn boss added his name to the fast-growing list of interested Premier League managers courting LA Galaxy midfielder Beckham.
With Rovers' new Indian owners recently green-lighting a £6.2million bid for Ronaldinho, Kean sees the club's new financial power as a positive.
In addition to the two big-name targets, Kean also stated the importance of bringing in further players during the transfer window to ease the pressure on his injury-hit side.
"[Beckham] is another one who's on the list who's possibly available to come to this country," Kean told Sky Sports News.
"The club that he's with at the moment might have another slant on that. They might want him to stay where he is and not come on a loan.
"If he is then we will always put ourselves up as being one of the clubs who would certainly like him.
"I don't know if he's put a stipulation on it that he only wants to go to a club who are currently in the top five or six. That's what I'm hearing and that would obviously be disappointing for us at the moment."
Kean was eager to stress that talk of big money targets should be seen as a positive by fans of the club.
"In some areas its been perceived as a little bit negative but it has been a long time since we've ever been able to attract players of that calibre so I think that's a positive. I think we're trying to show a bit of intent," added Kean.
"There's been two players linked with the club, David Beckham and Ronaldinho. I think if we can show that we're serious about getting players of that ilk to the club, if we can get four or five established players to go and build a foundation, that little something else on top of that I think will excite the fans, will bring people into the stadium and will show that we're really trying to do things in a different way.
"The fact now that the owners are trying to bring people like that to the club along with four or five other players to get a good foundation is really exciting.
"I think day by day it's [Ronaldinho] looking a little bit further away rather than closer but we hope that before the QPR game in the cup that we can be having another press conference and have a couple of bodies in.
"The fact that we've still got nine players out injured probably slants towards us trying to bring in more than any other club at this time in the window."