The Biancocelesti supremo is keen to bolster the squad at the end of the season and revealed that Edy Reja's future at the club is not in doubtLazio president Claudio Lotito has said that he plans to make a number of high-profile acquisitions in the summer transfer window.
The Italian capital club's hopes of finishing in the top three and securing a Champions League place have taken a serious blow after they suffered a 2-1 defeat against Novara early on Wednesday.
However, Lotito revealed that coach Edy Reja's long-term future at Lazio is not in danger and insisted that the club will focus on strengthening the squad in the summer.
"Reja's stay has never been a problem for us, we want to continue with our project," he told Sky Sport Italia.
"We hope to sign two or three champions so that we can also compete in Europe.
"Miroslav Klose? From what we know, he could feature in the last two matches, but it is still not a guarantee."
Lazio will visit Udinese in a key Serie A fixture on Sunday.