Alan Pardew has revealed he will look at striking options this January transfer window if West Brom’s problems in front of goal continue, with the Baggies having scored just 12 goals in 16 Premier League games this campaign.
“January is not far away and we are going to have to look at that area if we can’t increase our goalscoring ratio,” Pardew said, as quoted by the Telegraph.
“It’s not great and we need to improve on it. We have a difficult Christmas programme but if we can get a couple of wins it may look different.”
Pardew has quickly realised the attacking options are limited. “I’ve used every offensive player I’ve got pretty much, and I still haven’t found a moment,” Pardew said. “My teams have always managed to score. Sometimes you could question my defensive record, but my teams have always got goals.”