missing libraries when use self cmake generated package

I have generated a package by myself, and the CMakeLists.txt looks like:

...

install(TARGETS pA pB
	EXPORT SustaoBasic
	RUNTIME DESTINATION bin
	LIBRARY DESTINATION lib
	ARCHIVE DESTINATION lib
)

install(DIRECTORY package/ DESTINATION include
	FILES_MATCHING PATTERN "*.h"
)

install(EXPORT SustaoBasic
	FILE SustaoBasic.cmake
	NAMESPACE SustaoBasic::
	DESTINATION lib/cmake
)

include(CMakePackageConfigHelpers)
write_basic_package_version_file(
	SustaoBasicConfigVersion.cmake
	VERSION V1.0
	COMPATIBILITY AnyNewerVersion  # 表示该函数库向下兼容
)

configure_package_config_file(
	SustaoBasicConfig.cmake.in ${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/SustaoBasicConfig.cmake
	INSTALL_DESTINATION lib/cmake
)

install(FILES "${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/SustaoBasicConfig.cmake"
              "${PROJECT_BINARY_DIR}/SustaoBasicConfigVersion.cmake"
        DESTINATION lib/cmake)

I need a thirdparty Algorithm in my SustaoBasic package, which is a pure dll/lib. When I import link SustaoBasic to Pro, it reports unresolved external symbol Algorithm. If I link Algorithm to Pro, everything is OK.

But, I don’t want to link Algorithm when I import SustaoBasic package each time. I find that SustaoBasicConfig.cmake can declare the dependency by:

find_dependency(VTK REQUIRED)

But, my Algorithm is a pure dll/lib, and it do not support find_package(). If I declare find_dependency(Algorithm REQUIREd), the CMake would repored:

By not providing "FindAlgorithm.cmake" in CMAKE_MODULE_PATH this project has asked CMake to find a package configuration file provided by "Algorithm", but CMake did not find one.

Could not find a package configuration file provided by "Algorithm" with any of the following names:
    AlgorithmConfig.cmake
    algorithm-config.cmake
...

How can I declare the dependency Algorithm to SustaoBasic? Or how to avoid link Algorithm to Pro when I import SustaoBasic in Pro?

Any suggestion is appreciated~~~