We have the big Greek boy. He's not really had a chance so far because of injuries. He should be back fit after the shutdownWe could have a big built striker to get stuck in about the opposition defenders who rarely move out of their own box and give them something different to think about.
Seeing as about half our games each season is against teams who park the bus then what is the point in only buying small lightweight fast players who prefer to run into space on counter attacks? The evidence has been clear to see in far too many domestic games this season when we totally dominate possession and yet create few good chances. Maybe having a plan B is a sensible option?