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Grant Holt joined Norwich City when they were languishing in League One. He then helped them to back-to-back promotions, scoring goals by the dozen in the process.
However, it is this season, his first in the Premier League, which has allowed him to make his name. The 30-year-old has been used as a substitute far more often than in previous seasons, but he has still managed 10 goals and impressed neutrals with his effort, skill and physicality.
He has made the step up to the Premier League with ease; he has never looked out of his depth and it's not like he has been scoring against easy opposition.
He has netted against Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea and is proving to be a thoroughly competent target man.
Whilst it's too early to be screaming for him to be called up to the England squad, if he continues to perform at the same level and Andy Carroll doesn't pick his game up, I know who I would rather have at Euro 2012.