Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock is hoping to sign up to four players when the January transfer window opens.
QPR have made a decent start to life back in England's top flight, although they have now picked up two points from a possible 18.
Warnock knows an arduous season is taking its toll and he remains determined to strengthen in the New Year.
The Loftus Road tactician holds regular conference calls with chairman Tony Fernandes and is hopeful of adding some fresh faces.
"I will be looking to bring in at least three or four players. We are working hard, and I am having many conference calls with the chairman over who we may be able to bring in," said Warnock.
"It changes day to day as players become available that you think you can buy or loan in, but there are areas we want to improve on and I think we will get the players we want.
"When you play like that on TV, it can only help. London is a good pull for foreigners as well as English players and it's an exciting time. We have a drawing power and the way we play, if I were a player, I would be excited.
"If I can get some good business done, then what a great end of season we can have, I'm looking forward to it."
Adel Taarabt has been linked with a move away from QPR and Warnock was pleased by his showing in their 1-1 draw at Swansea.
"I thought Adel did well again, I thought he also did well against Sunderland in the second half," he continued.
"He is getting fitter and fitter and it is just a shame he is going to be away at the African Nations Cup, he will be heading there after the FA Cup game (at MK Dons on January 7) I think."