Bristol Rovers have a number of targets, having given up on James Constable.
The Pirates have been unable to persuade their League Two rivals Oxford United to sell Constable, despite making two offers for the 27-year-old.
Rovers chairman Nick Higgs has now revealed they will drop their interest in the striker, and instead turn to other targets of which there are plenty.
"We put a good offer on the table for the player, but Oxford have decided to turn that down, so it is dead in the water as far as I'm concerned," he told the Bristol Evening Post.
“We've entered into negotiations with a number of players and agents so there is a long list of possibilities. I would envisage that we may see between four and six new faces.”
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