Huddersfield manager Simon Grayson is only looking to add an extra striker to his squad during the loan transfer window.

Grayson is keen to replace Jordan Rhodes, who recently joined Blackburn in an £8million deal, and was close to signing Jermaine Beckford on transfer deadline day until Leicester changed their minds at the last minute.

Grayson has added nine new players to his squad since clinching promotion via the play-offs in May, including latest arrival Adam Hammill - who joined on loan from Wolves at the end of last month.

Asked if he was looking to strengthen his squad in any other areas, Grayson said: "No, I don't think so. I think we've got a good squad at this moment in time.

"We've got plenty of cover at the back, in midfield there are plenty of options for us as well and I do feel we've got enough up front, but to get another player in of good quality would give us that icing on the cake.

"Up front is where the players get paid the most and you win games by scoring goals."