Gary Neville thinks Theo Walcott and Jay Rodriguez have a future as England strikers if the Three Lions continue to deploy a diamond formation.
The England coach, who used to play for Manchester United, thinks either could be used up top in a 'split striker' role, where Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck played against Switzerland.
England boss Roy Hodgson looks as though he may continue with the diamond formation after the success it brought his side during the 2-0 win at Switzerland.
“@MickyR8s: Diamond looks good, but what happens when Walcott returns He can play as a split striker in that system, as could Rodriguez— Gary Neville (@GNev2) September 12, 2014
The prediction may provide food for thought for Rickie Lambert and, more pertinently, Daniel Sturridge.
Neville was tweeting as part of a Q + A with fans, in which the 39-year-old also revealed that former Arsenal captain Tony Adams was the most inspirational England player he has played with.
And the former United right-back also commented on Phil Jones and Jordan Henderson's future with the national side.
Indeed, the former - according to Neville - can be of value to England as a defensive midfielder, while he thinks Liverpool's Henderson is 'becoming a fantastic midfielder' overall.