Mauricio Pochettino, the Chelsea manager, expressed his desire to recruit new players during the upcoming January transfer window.
His statement came after Chelsea’s 2-0 loss to Everton on Sunday, which dropped them to 12th position in the table.
With seven league defeats so far this season, the team finds itself 14 points behind Manchester City, who currently hold fourth place.
Despite the club’s substantial spending of over £1 billion in the past three transfer windows, many of those acquisitions were made prior to Pochettino’s arrival in the summer.
Consequently, he is eager to bring in his own players to ignite a revitalization at Stamford Bridge.
Pochettino told MOTD: “Football is about scoring goals and we were not clinical in front of goal. I’m really, really disappointed. We didn’t get the point we deserved.
“I think we were better but we didn’t get what we wanted.
“This was a game to play and to win. It’s a problem we need to check. We need to analyse reality. We need to talk and to try to improve in the next transfer market.
“We are dealing with this. After five months, or the first half of the season, we need to check and that’s the reality. If we are not aggressive enough (on the pitch) maybe we need to do something.”