Fulham manager Martin Jol was happy with the performances of Kerim Frei and Orlando Sa in the 1-1 draw at Norwich and confirmed he will look to strengthen his squad in January.
Sa, a deadline day signing in the summer's transfer window, scored his first Premier League goal for the club and looked to have earned the three points on New Year's Eve at Carrow Road.
But, much to the annoyance of Jol, Simeon Jackson grabbed an injury-time equaliser to ensure the points were shared.
Fulham had dominated the first half, with 18-year-old Frei impressing, but the teenager and several of his team-mates faded after half-time, as fatigue made an impact.
"We are always looking to strengthen, because you never know what happens."
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Jol said "Frei is an exciting talent and the future is his. But in the second half, as with some other players, he has got some tired legs.
"He was not the same as he was in the first half and that is probably because he has just turned 18. But I feel he is giving us a few qualities."
Bobby Zamora and Andrew Johnson were both missing against Norwich due to injury and speculation continues to suggest they have played their last games for Fulham.
Jol did not name players who could leave the club and did not reveal targets, but he said there could be movement when the transfer window opens on Sunday.
He admitted when asked about his January plans: "It depends on what happens. You saw today, with Orlando Sa, I am very happy with him as a back-up player.
"He proved a point today, because he scored and that is what we needed. I am happy with him and happy with Frei.
"But, of course, we are always looking to strengthen, because you never know what happens. Maybe one or two players will leave the club and then you have to do something."