"I'm fairly happy with the group that we have," Murray told the Sun. "I thought at the beginning we would need to make a change on defense.
"We seemed to be unable to get the puck going on a consistent basis. Cody (Ceci) coming in has given us that other person that could compliment the defensive-type guys. I'm not concerned about that now. I do think if we could find another forward that had some offensive ability or a real determination to play hard. That's basically what I'm looking to do if that's possible."
The Senators are interested in Buffalo Sabres left wing Matt Moulson, St. Louis Blues right wing Chris Stewart, and Calgary Flames sniper Mike Cammalleri, among others.
"I've found it difficult. I've also found that there's a couple of guys on our team who seem to be a target for other managers and they are not people that I want to move," said Murray.
"The prices, and I don't know that it will change and it might be a little different as we get to (March 5), it seems to me that everybody is looking for one or two particular players and if that doesn't happen there will be a tumbling effect."
Murray indicated that he's "not afraid to pay the right price for the right guy," and the Senators appear to be willing to trade one of their defenseman as part of a deal for a scorer.