The Crystal Palace boss has reportedly handed chairman Steve Parish a list of his summer transfer targets, with both Michael Dawson and Gylfi Siggurdson noted as ‘priorities.’
Pulis steered Palace to a surprise 11th place finish last season, despite taking the job when they were rock bottom of the Premier League and favourites for a swift return to the Championship.
And now he has begun planning for an improvement next season with a number of experienced Selhurst Park newcomers.
Pulis is long-term admirer Dawson and admitted during his time as Stoke City boss that he would “love to take Dawson.”
The 30-year-old centre-half only signed a new three-year deal back in October but is increasingly being linked with a move away from the North London club.
While Sugurdsson’s White Hart Lane future is in doubt after a two year struggle to hold down a first-team place , with Levy considering using the money received from selling the Iceland star to help fund the arrival of a new manager.