Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder and current pundit Jermaine Jenas feels Harry Kane, Alexis Sanchez and Wayne Rooney will all keep delivering after they netted in the Premier League this weekend, according to BBC Football.
Indeed, Kane was yet to score for Tottenham before their shock 4-1 win over Manchester City, while Sanchez was also far from his best for Arsenal before a 5-2 win at Leicester City.
Now that both have put in stellar performances, though, Jenas has made the prediction that both will continue to score more and more goals.
Jenas told the BBC: "Kane, Sanchez, Rooney, they are quality players - for them it's been a barren spell but all I can see from now on in is more goals to come."
For once, it seems everyone has reacted in the right manner to the small dips in form shown by the Tottenham and Arsenal forwards.
By his standards, Sanchez had a quiet start to the season - with many attributing it to Copa America fatigue - but responded beautifully against Leicester City.
Kane, meanwhile, was praised for his performance against Arsenal for Spurs and finally got his first Premier League goal of the season against Manchester City.
If Jenas is right about both, fans in north London can get used to goals galore from their star duo.