Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he will sign a new striker if he finds the right player but admits that it is not easy to find offensive players during the summer transfer window.
The Gunners made attempts to sign Jamie Vardy and Alexandre Lacazette so far this summer but in both cases they have failed to lure them to the Emirates.
They face Leicester City later on today with Theo Walcott again expected to lead the offensive department for Wenger's team.
"I believe a club like ours is focused on giving chances to the players we develop in our own club," he told Arsenal.com.
"We have a few strikers who have a chance, if we find the right players we buy. But if you ask people 'give me names', you see that it is not that easy - look at a club like Real Madrid, who have they bought? Up front, it is very difficult.
"It is an important season for Theo [Walcott], because last year he had a difficult period.
"He can play as a striker and his numbers are excellent when he plays up front, we have [Olivier] Giroud, Alexis [Sanchez], Walcott, [Chuba] Akpom and [Yaya] Sanogo who is still here but is injured at the moment - the players we buy have to be better.
"Alexis and Walcott have pace, our game is linked with the speed of passing and the speed of movement and you need two."