Notts County assistant manager Dave Kevan has admitted that some attacking power needs to be added to their ranks this summer.
The Magpies netted only 37 league goals last season and Kevan knows that they must improve on that record if they are to make progress in League Two next term.
He told the Evening Post: "We're going to build on the strength and tightness of our back four and goalkeeper and add a bit more forward play to our game.
"There's a backbone to the team and we have to build on the one or two areas around that.
"We'd like to try to introduce more forward-thinking football and see if we can take things on a stage further."