Crystal Palace assistant manager Keith Millen believes that Alan Pardew faces a selection poser ahead of the Eagles' weekend match against Watford, according to quotes carried on the club's official Twitter account.
Palace beat Charlton Athletic 4-1 in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday night, and the performances of the Eagles' strikers where hugely impressive.
Frazier Campbell netted in the contest, while Dwight Gayle bagged a hat-trick, and Millen believes that the duo have given Pardew a lot to ponder.
KM: It's nice for your centre forwards to be scoring goals and they've both scored tonight. It's a nice problem to have going into Sunday.— Crystal Palace FC (@CPFC) September 23, 2015
Campbell's first goal was well taken, but it was Gayle who really stole the show, with his second-half performance highlighting his ruthless finishing ability.
The 24-year-old smashed in two penalties before heading home late on to round off Palace's success against their London rivals.
It took his total goals for Palace to 22, which is a remarkable record considering that he has made just 26 starts since arriving at Selhurst Park in 2013.
So far this season Pardew has tended to pick Bakary Sako, Yannick Bolasie or Wilfried Zaha as his side's front-man, but Gayle will be hoping that he has done enough to force his way into the team which will face Watford in the Premier League on Sunday.