Clement says he has already sat down with the Swans hierarchy to discuss plans for the winter window, insisting he expects to still be in charge come the new year, despite his team currently propping up the Premier League.
Swansea have already been linked with the likes of Jan Boril, Daniel Opare and Jack Hendry – all of who are defenders – thus far but Clement says his priorities lie elsewhere when it comes to improving the team.
The Welsh outfit are the joint-lowest scorers in the division and Clement admits it is vital they improve their frontline if they are to escape the relegation zone.
When discussing the recent links to players, Clement said: “The guys from the communication department wrote down a list of names we have been linked with, and it’s a good list. I am not going to comment on individual players, there are some I have not heard of.
“The priority is the front positions, players that can create. That has been low, we are not creating loads and not converting. We are not creating much or scoring much.
“The margins are small, eight games lost by a single goal and it was not the case last season when we were losing 3-0, 4-0. 5-0. We have to make marginal gains work for us.”
West Ham have issued life bans to five pitch invaders who came onto the playing surface in the defeat to Burnley last time out.
Brighton centre-half Shane Duffy says his game has come on leaps and bounds thanks to Chris Hughton and Martin O'Neill.
Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook says he is ready to take his chance with England should he be handed his senior debut.
Tottenham will have to make a massive offer to land Wilfried Zaha, according to former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan.
Nigel Clough believes keeping Burton in the Championship this season will surpass the achievements of last term's survival.
Garry Monk has challenged his Birmingham players to maintain the high standards they set when beating Hull in their last league game.
Former manager Mark Warburton claims Rangers need to be patient with Graeme Murty or suffer the 'same old problems'.
West Ham's contract with the owners of the London Stadium needs simplifying to put an end to the 'tension' surrounding their tenancy.