Aston Villa have completed the Championship record signing of Ross McCormack from Fulham for £12m, but are not done in the transfer market yet.
That is according to Villa legend Ian Taylor who took to Twitter to tantalise supporters.
The club ambassador replied to a fan's tweet on the social networking site, saying: "I think he would be a fantastic signing.
"Proven goalscorer at this level. I know we’re after another too."
One club hoping to hold on to their prized assets is Sheffield Wednesday .
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Owls chairman Dejphon Chansiri, has claimed he has 'no intention' of selling Wednesday's stars from last season, despite a raft of interest from Premier League and Championship clubs.
Keeper Keiren Westwood, stalwart Tom Lees, and play-maker Fernando Forestieri have all been subject to interest from side such as Hull City and Newcastle United, but the Yorkshire side are determined to keep them at Hillsborough this season.
Wolves are hoping to bring in a star striker this summer and the midlands club are looking at ex-England forward Peter Crouch, according to the Birmingham Mail.
Crouch has struggled for game time at Stoke following the club's heavy investment in the side in previous years and Wanderers are reportedly interested in bringing the former Liverpool striker to Molineux.
Wolves have already brought in one attacker, with Iceland international Jon Dadi Bodvarsson joining the side yesterday, and Wolves are looking to do more business over the coming weeks.
Norwich City have added to their ranks, bringing in Alex Pritchard from Tottenham for a club-record £8m.
The 23-year-old signed a four year deal at Carrow Road after originally holding talks with Brighton.
The Canaries snuck in at the eleventh hour as contract negotiations stalled however and the Seagulls' target will now play in Norwich's yellow next season.
Finally, Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic has been left with an almighty task on his hands to bring in new players before the transfer window slams shut.
The Cottagers have lost top scorers Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele to Aston Villa and Celtic respectively and the Serbian will need to act quickly if he is to replace his main men.
Jokanovic told West London Sport:
"We lost 40 goals. It's simple. We have to find a replacement for these players.
"We have some names in our mind and I expect we will be successful in this.
"We are also looking for centre-backs and central midfielders. We need to sign people who can help us in these positions.
"In general, we need a bit more of a bigger squad because we have a lot of games in front of us."