Birmingham City goalkeeper Darren Randolph has backed boss Lee Clark's attempts to bolster the squad.
The Blues slumped to a 2-0 home reverse to lowly Yeovil at the weekend - their second Championship defeat in a row - after a 10-match unbeaten run had propelled them away from the drop zone.
Clark is chasing fresh faces and Randolph believes the recruitment of some older heads would help.
"Not necessarily to bring people in to go straight in the team but just for a squad perspective," Randolph told the Birmingham Mail.
"We have lost Dan Burn, Jesse Lingard and Aaron Mclean.
"Kyle Bartley and Tom Adeyemi are injured so that's five players already you are missing from the team.
"When you look at the bench, there's one or two younger boys on there and sometimes you need an experienced head to come on.
"It will definitely help if the manager can get some people through the door."
He added: "I know some of the boys were missing when we got the results in the 10-game unbeaten run as well, but it would definitely help to have another experienced striker because we are a bit low on options up front."