Arsene Wenger will stick with his current striking options into the 2018-19 season, according to a report from Goal.
With huge amounts of cash spent in the most recent transfer windows, it seems the Frenchman is happy with what he has in North London.
Summer signing Alexandre Lacazette arrived at the Emirates for a hefty sum of £46 million, and made a good impression early on, before enduring a goal-drought from December, lasting into January.
A drought that may have prompted the Gunners’ next move – a club record £55 million transfer for Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
As such, Wenger is in no rush to add to his ranks further: "Overall, in some aspects of the game there is no need to buy more players at that level, because we have young strikers as well, promising strikers.
The third string front-man is currently Danny Welbeck, a complete roller-coaster of a goalscorer.