The German gave his verdict after Leeds' friendly draw with Harrogate Town.
Despite the arrivals of Chris Wood and Lee Erwin, it was a familiar face in Steve Morison who earned Leeds United a result on Friday night during their 1-1 draw with Harrogate Town.
The Yorkshire side found themselves 1-0 down against non-league opposition but had Morison to thank for the goal that earned a stalemate.
There is still plenty to come from the likes of Wood and Erwin, no doubt, but Morison offered a timely reminder that, if Leeds need a striker who can deliver in the air, the 31-year-old is very much still in the picture.
And Leeds boss Uwe Rosler gave an understandably positive verdict on Morison's performance after the 1-1 draw.
Uwe: "Morison was leading the line very well & was in and around everything. That's what you want from your strikers." #lufc— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) July 10, 2015
Elsewhere, the German remained coy on the future of Billy Sharp but refused to rule anything out at this stage.
Rosler was frosty when asked about the forward's future but no news may be good news as far as Sharp is concerned with his Leeds future - for now.
Rosler asked about new signings before Wednesday's game: "Let's wait and see." Says Sharp remains in his plans. #lufc— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) July 10, 2015
Rosler gave plenty of his squad a chance for game time on Friday and next up for Leeds is a friendly against York City next Wednesday.