Chelsea manager, Mauricio Pochettino has said he needs to bring new players in the January transfer window.
Pochettino was reacting to Sunday’s 2-0 loss at Everton, which leaves them 12th in the table.
It was the Blues’ seventh league defeat of the campaign and they are already 14 points adrift of Manchester City in fourth place.
Chelsea have spent over £1 billion in the last three transfer windows, but many of those preceded Pochettino’s summer arrival and he wants his own players in to help kick-start his Stamford Bridge rejuvenation.
He 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.”