Glenn Hoddle is looking to his strikers to find their touch again tonight to help keep Wolverhampton Wanderers' winning run going at ' Fortress Molineux'.
Wolves have now won their last six matches in front of their own fans and, since he witnessed a 2-1 defeat to Millwall the day he took charge almost nine months ago, the Wolves manager has not seen his side lose in 15 home games.
But, with just five strikes in as many games this season (two of which have been put in their own net by visiting defenders), Hoddle clearly has a problem to address in front of goal.
Kenny Miller has at least scored for Scotland, as well as the one he hit in the Carling Cup against plucky Chester last week. But Carl Cort's only goal so far was a deflected header against Crystal Palace, with which he was very lucky to be credited.
Starting with tonight's visit of Ian Holloway's Queens Park Rangers, Hoddle has several options.
He can stick with Miller and Cort, bolstered by Seol, as his preferred frontline option, or give young Leon Clarke a run, a good bet tonight following the goal he got from the bench to kickstart Wolves into saving a point at Dave Jones' Cardiff.
Or he can spend some of Sir Jack Hayward's money for the first time.
"That's always been an option," said Hoddle. "There's a few players I'd love to get in, but I'd have to pay extortionate money. And it's maybe something we'll have another look at in six months' time when I've got other options.
"For now, I've still got belief in the strikers we've got that they'll come good.
"Leon Clarke's scoring goals. He came off the bench to get us back in the game on Saturday. And, whether it's young Leon who comes in or not, there's opportunities there for someone
"But I've still got plenty of faith that Kenny Miller will score 20 goals in this league again. I've no qualms about that."
Hoddle was concerned that, of the 24 shooting chances created at Ninian Park, only ten were on target.
"There's two ways of looking at it," said Hoddle. "And one of them is that we've got a hatful coming.
"Anybody watching us from QPR on Saturday would have known it was not a lucky point, even though we came back from the dead.
"I've been in this game long enough to know it will turn.
"But it's got to turn quickly if we're to stay within touching distance."
Hoddle has been helped by the fact that today's game has been put back more than 24 hours to help the older members of his team, notably Darren Anderton and George Ndah, recover from Saturday's exertions.