Aston Villa's Curtis Davies believes Martin O'Neill has assembled an excellent strike force.
Emile Heskey joined from Wigan last month to provide competition for Gabriel Agbonlahor, John Carew and Ashley Young.
O'Neill has not yet had to choose between his forwards as Young has been suspended for the last three games and Carew has been out injured.
The Villa manager may find it difficult to accommodate all four players in the same side but Davies feels it is a good problem for the club to have.
The defender said: "Ashley is a massive player for us. He is one of our key players who creates so many opportunities and to have him back will be good for us.
"It's the same with John Carew and, in the 20-30 minutes when he was on the pitch against Wigan, he did make the difference.
"I think once he is back fully fit and he is in the starting line-up, he will do well for us.
"There is so much competition up front now and, if anything, it is going to keep everyone on their toes and hopefully that will bring the best out of all of them.
"I wouldn't like to be the manager at the moment making those decisions."
Carew is set to start Wednesday's FA Cup replay against Doncaster on Wednesday and Davies feels the Norwegian could work well alongside fellow powerhouse Heskey.
He said: "I train against John every day and he is such a handful. He came on (against Wigan) and nearly had a fight with Titus Bramble and then he has won a few flick-ons.
"I think John and Emile can play together because they are both top quality strikers.
"People would look at it and think 'oh God, we are going to go so direct'.
"But when we've got footballers like Ashley and James Milner on the wings, that can put good balls into the box, then if we have got two big men in there, it is going to be important.
"However, Gabby is also a key player for us with his pace. To get them all in, maybe we will have to go 3-4-3 and take one of us out of the back!"