Tottenham manager Antonio Conte disclosed on Sunday that his side needed more strikers.
The Spurs boss disclosed this while speaking with the media after his team were resoundingly defeated 2-0 by Aston Villa at home in the Premier League on Sunday.
As he saw his team slip out of the top four, Conte admitted that he is not pleased with the state of his squad as the January transfer window opens.
When asked if they are short in that position, he said post-game: “The situation is clear and I think you can see our situation from the start of the season. We have up front we had Bryan Gil who played a good game but he’s a young player, and you need to give young players time to become stronger physically.
“I’m pleased from what I’ve seen from him today in the game. Then there is Kane, Son, Richarlison and Kulusevski. When it happened that two of these (are injured), and this season it happened a few times, with Richarlison and Kulusevski, you are in trouble.
“Also Sonny has to continue to improve and it becomes difficult this situation. Because if you ask me about the central defenders, they played a good game, the two midfielders played a good game, the wing-backs played a good game. And then we struggled a bit up front because we found a team defending really deep. If you have a solution on the bench to change the game, it’s easier because you change the cards during the game.”