Leeds United boss Dennis Wise has confirmed two more January transfer targets.
After snapping up winger Sebastian Sorsa on an 18-month deal, Wise has revealed he is looking to bring in Luton striker Dean Morgan and Barnet hit-man Jason Puncheon.
With Leon Constantine sidelined for two months with a broken arm, Wise is searching for more cover up front.
"Puncheon is one I'm interested in and Morgan is another," the Leeds manager told the club's official website.
"I know Dean very well and Andy Hughes played with him at Reading and knows him well.
"There are others who I have an interest in but I'm not going to name any more names at this stage. We'll have to see what happens."
Morgan, aged 24, is currently on loan at Southend with his parent club Luton in administration.
Puncheon has scored ten goals this season already, including a hat-trick in the Bees' 3-1 win against Dagenham and Redbridge on Boxing Day.
Wise is looking to freshen up his squad with the Whites suffering a dip in form of late.
"I can't forget what these players have done so far this season," he said.
"They have got us into this position but the pressure is different from earlier in the season and they have to cope with it.
"At the present we're not doing that and we'll have to shuffle about."