Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish accepts the club need to sign a winger to help supply £35 million striker Andy Carroll.
The former Newcastle has yet to get on the scoresheet in five games since his move in the January transfer window and has looked a forlorn at times as he spearheads The Reds' attack
And after Liverpool's defeat at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, Dalglish admitted he needs to recruit a winger to feed the 22-year-old.
“That’s something we will analyse," he said.
“Andy is part of our team, so is Luis Suarez so we need to get players who complement them.
“Whatever we need we will go for.”
The caretaker manager's latest comments will swell rumours linking Liverpool with Wolves winger Matt Jarvis and Aston Villa's Ashley Young.
Jarvis made his England debut last week against Ghana, while Young, who has yet to sign a new contract at Villa Park, is reportedly looking for a way out after a dire season at Villa Park under new manager Gerard Houllier.
Both players have been linked with a move to Anfield for some time, with Jarvis available for £8 million, and Young ready to leave Villa for £18 million this summer.
As well as the English duo, Scot Charlie Adam could be close to making a move to Liverpool after a bid was rejected in the January transfer window from the Reds.
Blackpool opted to keep the midfielder to help aid their battle against relegation, but are consigned to losing the 25-year-old this summer.