CRYSTAL Palace boss Alan Pardew admits that he has been given food for thought by the performance of his strikers in recent weeks.
Marouane Chamakh returned to the side to score two goals in a match-winning display at Southampton on Saturday, while Arsenal loanee Yaya Sanogo netted his first goal for the club as the Eagles progressed to the last 16 of the FA Cup.
And with the two-goal hero from the 3-2 win at Burnley, Dwight Gayle, being left on the bench, and the other goalscorer in that game, Jason Puncheon, a second half substitute against his old club, Pardew admits he has a selection headache for the next Premier League game with Everton.
"The strikers that have come in have given me something to think about," he said.
"Yaya Sanogo has come in and done well and I have been really pleased with him.
"Him and Marouane Chamakh were very good together and I am sure Mr Wenger will be very pleased with what he has seen."