Owen Coyle has reiterated his desire to continue to strengthen his squad.
The Rovers boss has been one of the more active managers in the transfer market this summer with seven new arrivals, but is still keen to add more players.
Despite signing Sam Gallagher on loan from Southampton on Thursday, Coyle still seeds the need to add more attacking options, as well as improving competition for places in other departments.
"I'd love to keep adding, you can never have enough goalscorers at your football club," said the manager.
"Graham and Stokes are proven goalscorers and Sam Gallagher will show that as well because he's done that at every level he has played at.
"If the right player is available and under our financial environment we can do it, then of course I'd like to add.
"So I think it is fair to say that we still have an eye out there looking to improve certain areas. We are certainly chasing a couple of things, we'll have to see what comes of that.
"We continue to try and bolster the squad and improve it where we can, it is an ongoing process and hopefully we can get one or two over the line."
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