Wolves manager Mick McCarthy has heaped praise on Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Kevin Doyle.
The strikers have started together just twice this season but they are both now fully fit and McCarthy is confident they will forge a successful partnership in the Premier League.
Ebanks-Blake scored his first top-flight goal in the 1-1 draw with Aston Villa last weekend after an injury-plagued start to the campaign and McCarthy now expects him to go from strength to strength.
"We know what Sylvan's attributes are. When he gets chances, Sylvan puts the ball in the net," he said.
"He has been clinical since he came here. Unfortunately for him, and for us, he has not had the chance to be starting every week this season.
"It has been stop-start for Sylvan so far this season - but since we signed him, he has been our talisman and is the one who has scored the goals.
"The goal he got against Aston Villa last weekend will have been a big boost to his confidence.
"If you listen to what he has said over the week, I am stating the obvious. It will have given him a big boost, because that is what he is about."
Doyle moved to Molineux in a club record £6.5million deal over the summer and McCarthy insists the former Reading man has already justified his transfer fee.
"I knew what I was getting when I signed him," enthused the manager.
"He has been everything I thought he would be - and he is a great lad.
"'Doyler' is a good footballer - and the fans have taken to him as well, because he plays well and scores goals.
"He is such a likeable character, and anyone who has spoken to him will know that."
Doyle, meanwhile, has vowed to keep repaying the faith shown in him by McCarthy as he knows he can never afford to take his place in the side for granted.
"With the players we have here, you don't have to be off form for too long before you are out of the team," said the Irishman.
"There is plenty of competition for my place in the team, but that is why I am enjoying it.
"You work that bit harder in training and in the gym to make sure you stay in the team.
"I have been very happy with my overall performance, and the goals have topped that off.
"There would be no point in me sitting here saying I have played well if I haven't scored - because I have been brought here to get goals."