Manuel Pellegrini is chasing a new striker to help implement his plan of bold attacking football at Manchester City .
The new City manager faced the press for the first time since his appointment and outlined his ambition to deliver success with style at the Etihad.
And the immediate priority is to fill the hole in his squad left by Carlos Tevez's departure for Juventus.
Pellegrini said: "I spoke with Carlos a couple of weeks ago and I feel he didn't want to stay here anymore. He was very clear to tell me. It was the best choice for him and the club. We have two strikers at the moment and we need another one."
The Chilean claimed his attacking philosophy was among the qualities which earned him the chance to succeed Roberto Mancini.
A repeat of 2011's Premier League triumph is also on the agenda along with an upturn in Champions League form following successive failures to escape the group stage under Mancini.
He said: "One of the important reasons I'm here is the way my teams...