Fulham manager Martin Jol wants to add at least two more signings before the end of the transfer window as he shapes his new-look Fulham side for the forthcoming campaign.

The Whites have so far brought in right-back Sascha Riether on loan from Cologne, while Mladen Petric and Hugo Rodallega have also made the switch to Craven Cottage.

But boss Jol still wants to sign a replacement for departed skipper Danny Murphy and add another striker to his ranks after seeing a permanent move for Pavel Pogrebnyak go down the pan.

He said “I’m very happy with the players we’ve brought in.

“Rodallega is fit now. He had an ankle injury but trained for the first time on Friday. Petric is looking pretty good as well.

“Rodallega is similar to Andy Johnson. He’s got a lot of pace to stretch defences and can also play on the left.

“Petric is a number nine but can play off a big man as well. He’s really versatile. I know him from Hamburg and he was a very talented boy.

“We’re still looking to strengthen because we lost three strikers; Bobby [Zamora] in January and Andy and Pogrebnyak.

“We’ve got Rodallega and Petric and maybe we’re still on the lookout for another one.”

Jol revealed he thought he had agreed terms with Murphy over a new one-year contract, only for Blackburn to hijack the move at the 11th hour.

And the Dutchman still plans to bolster his engine room despite signing up Mahamadou Diarra for another season in SW6.

“I was sad that Danny went,” Jol added. “We agreed terms then Blackburn offered him two years. That happened within one or two hours so I was not happy with that.

“I wish him all the best because he was a great servant for this club and I wanted to keep him.

“Diarra can play that role and Dickson [Etuhu] is still here, but we’re certainly looking for one midfield player.”