Liverpool have a striker dilemma ahead of their FA Cup clash with West Ham on Tuesday evening - they actually have a choice available.
The Reds have been hindered by injuries this season, and Christian Benteke has been the only frontman fit in recent weeks - even if Jurgen Klopp has decided not to pick him.
Now Benteke's chances of getting in the starting line up is even more difficult, with Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi back in training.
All three strikers took part in Liverpool's training session on Monday evening, and could play a role in the FA Cup fourth round replay.
Origi has missed most of 2016 after picking up an injury in late December just as he was coming into form, while Sturridge has barely got started, playing in only six games this season.
The game at Upton Park will be far from easy, with Liverpool losing 2-0 at the ground recently, with Christian Benteke ineffective up front.