LEEDS manager Neil Warnock will sit down with representatives of the club's new owners this week to finalise plans to strengthen his squad after his side pulled off another FA Cup upset by beating Tottenham 2-1.
Warnock is under increasing pressure to give Leeds' Championship play-off chances a boost with the expected departure of leading goalscorer Luciano Becchio before Thursday night's transfer deadline set to leave him short of strikers and upset fans.
Becchio, whose agent claims he does not want to leave, played no part against Spurs but was hardly missed as goals from Luke Varney and Ross McCormack early in either half secured them a fifth-round tie at Manchester City.
Tottenham, without the injured Jermain Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor, on African Nations Cup duty with Togo, lacked firepower at Elland Road and although Clint Dempsey pulled a goal back in the 58th minute, Warnock's side deserved their win.
"We've had a few offers from abroad and we've had one or two enquiries from England without an offer," Warnock said of 19-goal Becchio.
"I would imagine over the next two or three days there will be a lot of players looking to see what they can get.
"I'm no different. I'd like two or three new faces in before Thursday."
On Becchio Warnock added: "We offered him a cracking contract and if we can't find a replacement, he can't go anywhere whether he likes it or not. If we do, he's welcome to go because you only want players who want to be here."
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas said Leeds deserved credit for the competitive nature of their performance.
"We wanted to go through in the competition, but we were knocked out by a Leeds team who were extremely competitive, and you have to give credit to them," he said.