Ian Rush today explained why he believes the firepower available at Kenny Dalglish's disposal can help Liverpool achieve success this season.
Anfield's all-time record goalscorer feels the striking quartet of Luis Suarez, Andy Carroll, Craig Bellamy and Dirk Kuyt provide an array of varying options in attack - and he's confident they, along with Steven Gerrard, can supply the goals that lead the Reds to glory.
Rush told Liverpoolfc.tv: "It's always pleasing to see so many options - we've got four or five strikers who can change a game.
"They're different options and make Liverpool stronger than last season.
"It was great to see Steven Gerrard and Craig Bellamy come on to strengthen the team against Everton - and that's what Liverpool have got this season.
"I think we can go onto better things now with those striking options. If it's not happening in a game for 60 or 70 minutes, we've got two or three options to bring on from the bench."
He added: "Everyone talks about the aerial threat of Andy, but he scored with his foot against Everton.
"When Andy and Suarez are playing together, I think Suarez can move into space off him. He's a very good reader of the game and he's on fire at the moment. He looks eager to play, gives 100 per cent and that's what supporters want.
"You've also got Craig Bellamy with pace. He likes playing on the left and helped make the goal for Carroll on Saturday, and then there's Dirk Kuyt who is somebody else who gives 100 per cent every game."
All four of Liverpool's senior strikers played a part in helping the side to a 2-0 Merseyside derby victory over Everton on Saturday.
Carroll broke the deadlock with a neat 71st minute finish against the Blues before Suarez added the Reds' second.
In the case of the former, it was his first Barclays Premier League goal of the season - and Rush is convinced there will be many more to come from the No.9.
"We know he is going to score goals, but as a striker it is always nice to get your first goal," he said. "To get your first league goal of the season against Everton will do his confidence no end of good.
"We know he is a great player and I am looking forward to seeing more goals from him."