Albion boss Chris Hughton says the club will assess where they need to strengthen when the January transfer window approaches.
Much was made of the Seagulls' failure to land a striker in the summer window but Glenn Murray and Tomer Hemed have both started the season well. Murray has three goals and Hemed two, despite a three-game ban.
Asked if a striker was the top January target, Hughton said: "It always changes. Something could happen between now and January that shifts it a little bit to a position that maybe we weren't trying to bring in.
"Most people will know and it's clear when you're looking to bring in a player that it's not anything detrimental to the ones you've got. Sometimes it's about bringing a different type of player in.
"Our recruitment policy doesn't change right through the year. You don't have a break for a few months and start again, it continues.
"We'll assess it as we approach the window and decide what positions we'd like to bring in."