Welsh club looking to bring in more strikers.
Swansea are keen to sign another striker before the start of the Premier League season according to Sky Sports.
The Welsh side recently fended off interest from a number of clubs to secure the signing of Ivorian striker Wilfried Bony from Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem.
The striker is set to form a mouth-watering partnership with Spanish sensation Michu, who set the Premier League alight during debut campaign last season.
But that is reportedly not enough for Swansea boss Michael Laudrup, who has confirmed the club continue to be in the market for another striker.
The club are still short of attacking options after selling Danny Graham to Sunderland during the previous January transfer window.
Laudrup went on to claim that provided no more players leave the club this summer, he feels there in little change required in the squad.
Swansea confounded expectations last year by winning the League Cup following a 5-0 thrashing of Bradford at Wembley, as well as securing their highest ever finish in the league.
The club have so far been successful in fending off interest in their star players, and it appears the likes of Ashley Williams and Michu are likely to remain at the club come the beginning of the season.