Neil Warnock hopes to signal a striker however has warned Cardiff followers there is not going to be any new gamers arriving on the membership till he trims his squad.
Cardiff have acted early following final season’s relegation from the Premier League, signing goalkeeper Joe Day, centre-back Curtis Nelson and defensive midfielder Wil Vaulks forward of their return to the Championship.
And talking on the launch of a guide authored by long-serving Cardiff membership physician Len Nokes, Warnock stated any new signings are prone to rely on departures from the Cardiff Metropolis Stadium.
“We have got the three in but I can’t see us doing an awful lot until we look at if anyone is leaving,” Warnock advised Sky Sports activities Information.
“Within the subsequent two weeks I do not assume we might be doing something.
“Once we come again from [our pre-season tour to] America I assume we are going to know by then if there are one or two lads leaving, then we are going to know higher about what we require.
“I’ve not really got a number in my mind or definite positions because I think a lot depends on if people come in for my players.”
Pressed on whether or not Cardiff wanted a striker, Warnock stated: “I assume if the proper one got here alongside and we may do it then I am positive we’d get one.
“It is whether or not we may get anyone higher than what now we have at this stage that is all that considerations me.
“We’re looking around at all the markets – foreign markets as well as English – and if we can get somebody possibly at a good age rather than an experienced player – to give us something a little bit different then I think we would go for them.”
Warnock was joined at Cardiff’s stadium superstore for the launch of the guide – titled ‘Solely Time Will Inform: A Father’s Journey’ – by various Bluebirds gamers together with Sol Bamba and Sean Morrison.
The guide is a recollection of the time that club-doctor Nokes’ daughter, Claire, spent in hospital following a cardiac arrest in late 2016.
The arrest was subsequently confirmed as having been introduced on by a situation referred to as myocarditis. It resulted in Claire struggling a hypoxic mind damage leaving her in a vegetative state for the final eight months of her life.
Claire handed away in October 2017 and proceeds from the sale of the guide might be break up between the British Coronary heart Basis and mind damage rehabilitation charity the Prop Enchantment.