Matt Le Tissier has urged Southampton boss Ronald Koeman to sign striking reinforcements before the transfer window closes.
Chelsea have officially completed the transfer of attacking midfielder Bertrand Traore.
The 18-year-old agreed a four-and-a-half-year deal with Jose Mourinho's side back in October and is now officially a Chelsea player following the opening of the transfer window.
Traore, who made his international debut at the age of 15, joins from Association Jeunes Espoirs De Bobo-Dioulasso.
The attacking midfielder has already played for the Blues as a trialist on Chelsea's tour of Asia in the summer, appearing in all three games and scoring twice.
"It was a good experience with all the senior players and I learned a lot from them," Traore recalled on Chelsea's website.
"I was very proud, so it was a dream for me to be there every day and playing games. Of course I was a little bit nervous but after two or three days I was okay.
"On the pitch I was comfortable, I wasn't nervous once I was on the pitch. Jose Mourniho spoke a lot during training and he is one of the best managers, maybe the best in the world. He is a very good person and it is a dream for me to work with him. I can now say I am living a dream.
"I'm an attacking midfielder. I can play in the number 10 position, I can play on the wings and I'm good on the ball. I can shoot well and am strong in a one v one situation, so I can score goals."