Burton manager Gary Rowett believes an injury-free Billy Kee could be the catalyst for the division's best attacking line-up.
Kee is set to play his first game in the Brewers' friendly against Leicester since the former Foxes trainee picked up a groin injury over five months ago.
The 21-year-old scored 12 goals in 14 starts for Rowett's men before injury struck and his manager is confident he can make a real impact this season alongside fellow front men Justin Richards and Calvin Zola.
Rowett told the Leicester Mercury: "Billy has done terrific for us.
"Last season he was probably the most potent striker in the division until his injury.
"He can add to what I believe could be as good as any forward line in the division."