Loftus Road boss wants squad strengthening.
Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock will meet with owner Tony Fernandes and demand two new players in the January sales.
The Malaysian business tycoon’s takeover of the club in late August provided the financial clout for Warnock to sign six new players in the last week of trading.
Joey Barton, Shaun Wright-Phillips and Anton Ferdinand were amongst the new arrivals but Warnock has his sights on more – with a defender and striker a priority.
“Tony has given me great support and I couldn’t wish for more backing from him since he arrived,” he told the Evening Standard.
“We have already begun talking about what we are going to do in January and have a number of ideas. He is coming to see me to talk about them on Thursday.
“There are so many things that are possibilities and if I ask for a certain player, the board will support me. At the moment a striker and defender are my two priorities.
“We are looking abroad as well as in this country. We would be silly not to because Tony has all these contacts.
“We haven’t got a big enough squad, but we just have to keep going now until January and look to improve again.
“People should know that we are still in the infancy of what we are trying to do.”