There is still a good chance that Villa might see one or two more new players by the end of the transfer window. Paul Lambert has said that the arrival of Tom Fox would aid Lambert in securing key targets. It’s believed that Villa are still interested in signing two more attacking minded players. A new winger and another attacking midfielder still remain on Lambert’s wish-list, however no new targets have been reported by the press.
Despite Aston Villa’s lack of goals, Lambert is not interested in dipping into the transfer market for a new striker especially with Benteke and Kozak close to full fitness. The return of Darren Bent has also help add numbers in the forward department with Callum Robinson and Michael Drennan scoring goals in the academy.
Ever since the departure of Paul Faulkner, Lambert has been solely responsible for any transfer activity within Villa Park and he’s done quite well. Senederos, Cissokho and Richardson have all blended into the side well and have made an impact in strengthening that sides defence.
“If I can do it and I think it’s right for the club, and everything is good financially and players want to come then it’s something I would look at,” said Lambert.
“Until you get that far then… wait and see. But we are trying.”
Since there haven’t been many players linked recently, but most fans believe that any additional signing would most likely be loan deals with Lewis Holtby and Scott Sinclair being two players that fans would like to see at the club. The pair would definitely light up Villa Park this season and most importantly, give the team additional options in attack.