THE January transfer window closes in less than two weeks, and Oxford United have made a promising start.

Three players are already through the door, in the form of goalkeeper Jamie Cumming, and wingers Tyler Burey and Kyle Edwards.

Chelsea loanee Cumming impressed on his U’s debut away at Carlisle United, while Burey was a target for the club in the summer.

United fans know what Edwards can bring to the table, after making an explosive start when he joined on loan earlier in the campaign.

But where else do the U’s need to focus as they look to seal more deals in the remaining part of the window?

A striker or two would certainly not go amiss, with a deal for Cheltenham Town centre forward Will Goodwin looking close.

Even if that move goes through, another striker to challenge Goodwin, Mark Harris and Gatlin O’Donkor is an avenue United will no doubt be exploring.

On top of that, the side is light on wingers at the moment, with only Burey and Tyler Goodrham the natural options out wide.

Josh Murphy is closing in on a return from injury, while Edwards and Marcus Browne will only be available for the all-important run-in.

Billy Bodin, James Henry and Ruben Rodrigues can all play out wide, but are without doubt better when playing centrally.

It means a winger, particularly one who can play on the right, would also make a welcome addition.