MacAnthony saw his team lose 3-1 at home to Leyton Orient on Saturday and fall six points behind the League One leaders, describing the performance as 'disgraceful'. Third-placed Posh could also be the same distance behind Wolves if Wanderers win at Carlisle on Tuesday night.
The defeat was a second straight loss and extended Peterborough's winless run to three league matches.
With only one goal scored in those three games and just three goals in the last five fixtures, MacAnthony may be on the look out for forwards.
He said on Twitter: "Great chat with the gaffer. We both know what needs addressing to bring pace, aggressiveness and goals back into our games - and how to get back to winning matches."
When a Posh fan asked MacAnthony whether or not that meant a dabble in the loan market, the chairman replied: "It would be rude not to."
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