Arsene Wenger has admitted that Arsenal will be very active on transfer deadline day and has admitted that he will sign a striker if the right player becomes available.
The Gunners have lost their top striker Olivier Giroud after the Frenchman fractured his left tibia in the dying minutes of the game against Everton and the fans have been clamouring for a new striker to replace him.
"We are very active - we are working hard to find a solution," Wenger said, as quoted by the BBC.
"Nobody can predict what will happen in the next 24 hours," the Frenchman [Wenger] added.
The north London club have been linked to a host of strikers following the injury to Giroud, with the likes of Radamel Falcao and Alessio Cerci touted to be arriving at the Emirates.
However, the latter's arrival can now be ruled out after reigning La Liga champions Atletico Madrid confirmed that they have agreed to sign the Italian international on a three-year deal.
But Wenger is remaining cautious and has revealed that Arsenal will try to find a solution and has warned that there is no miracle man to solve the problem every time you don't win a game.
"The solution every time you don't win a game is to buy somebody. We are out there and we try our best, you have to trust us to buy the best possible solution but as well everytime you don't win a game think there's a miracle man," Wenger told Arsenal's official site.
When questioned about the money available to sign a new striker, the Frenchman confirmed that Arsenal did have the resources to fund the move, but will only do so if they find the right solution.
"Is the amount of money we spend unlimited? No, because that's not the way we manage the club. We always try to make the right decision and we have the resources if we think it's the right player," the Arsenal boss explained.