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There is a lot of talk around at the moment about the lack of goals in the team. Like every other fan, I would like to see a few more goals. But I don't see it as a major problem as long as we keep picking up points.
It is certainly encouraging that we are sharing the goals around rather than relying on one or two players. In this game, we had Bassong getting the goal, against Manchester United it was Pilkington, Johnson scored against Stoke and Michael Turner scored against Aston Villa.
Clearly, Grant Holt is important, as he showed with the goal against Arsenal, but we have other players who can and should come up with goals. However, it would be nice if Wes Hoolahan could also contribute the odd goal.
For everything that Hoolahan brings to the team, he needs to score the occasional goal if he wants to continue playing as a second striker. Nevertheless, I do think Norwich could do with a player who can come off the bench in tight games and score.
I'm not certain Morison or Jackson really offer that option. But it should be noted that the player doesn't have to be striker, just someone who can score goals.