Liverpool's struggles in front of goal this season have been well documented and manager Kenny Dalglish will be on the look out for an additional striker to bolster the club's attacking threat in the summer transfer window.

Tuesday's 1-0 defeat against Fulham was Liverpool's fourth home loss of the campaign but perhaps crucially it was also the 12th match in which they have failed to score.

Liverpool would be fourth if all shots that hit the woodwork (31) were counted as goals and they have managed a miserly 43 goals in 35 league games.

If Dalglish is given the funds to invest in the squad in the close season he will be free to overhaul a goal-shy attack and former club stalwart Jan Molby has implored the manager to invest in an out-and-out goal scorer.

"Once is unlucky, twice is unfortunate, three times is careless. But Liverpool FC's goal scoring problems have gone beyond that," Molby told the Liverpool Echo.

"It's a real worry, and it needs to be addressed during the summer months. Kenny Dalglish will know that more than anybody.

"It won't be cheap. Goalscorers tend to be expensive, and they are in short supply. But they are out there. Liverpool need one."

With this in mind, IBTimes Sports takes a look at the players Liverpool will be keeping tabs on in the upcoming transfer window.