Liverpool's front line is in dire need of an injection of goal scoring ability.
As of this weekend, Liverpool currently sits barely mid-table in the Premier League and, unless things change, is running out of time to climb the ranks.
I'm sure the fans have had about enough of seeing the team struggle continuously with this proble, and it's about time the frustration showed from the team as well.
The Merseyside derby clash with Everton should be the last straw for everyone involved. After the 2-2 draw with Everton, the team needs to stop making excuses about the way the other team plays, however justified they think those claims are, and look at themselves.
Luis Suarez, who was wrongly called out for not scoring enough, is seemingly the only forward showing up. His six goals are easily leading the team and the only other players who have made the score sheet have one goal apiece.
The comments about Suarez do bring up the main issue here. Liverpool are in dire need of offensive help and must buy a striker in January. With Andy Carroll out on loan, not that he's done anything of note so far as a Red, and Fabio Borini on the sidelines, Liverpool must act quickly to address the situation.
Here are, in no order of quality, the forwards I think Liverpool should take a look at bringing in when the transfer window opens.