ALBION manager Sami Hyypia has hinted at another addition to his striker options before the transfer window shuts.
The Seagulls made Spaniard Adrian Colunga their ninth new signing at the weekend.
Hyypia has revealed to The Argus the club’s transfer business could yet reach double figures before the window closes at 11pm on Monday.
He said: “We’re still searching for the right ones and when the right one comes in front of us and would be available then we will go for one more maybe.
“Now, of course, it’s looking more positive than two weeks ago. I’m very happy we have come to this stage, that we have more quality on our side.
“I have a luxurious problem, a lot of good players to choose from. That’s a good situation for a manager.”
Colunga’s availability for tonight’s Capital One Cup second round tie at Swindon Town is dependent on Albion receiving international clearance.
Hyypia said of the 5ft 8ins former Getafe front man: “We have been searching for offensive options and he will give us one.
“He can play up front. He’s not the biggest but he has played many games up front at Getafe and definitely he can play in-between the lines as well.
“I hope he will be very good for us and adapt to the English game very quickly.”
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