Liverpool put the attacking woes behind them at the weekend to blast four goals past Fulham at Anfield as they moved a step closer to the top six of the Premier League and the 4-0 scoreline made a welcome change from seeing the Reds miss countless chances to hit the back of the net.
With only six goals scored in the five previous league matches, it was a case of "same old story" for the attacking part of Liverpool's team too often, with points against Spurs and Aston Villa in particular being lost out on as a result of not being able to finish off chances.
It has been widely reported that to counter this problem over the second half of the season, Brendan Rodgers has lined up Daniel Sturridge to sign early on in January.
This is just one move on the manager's part to solve a problem which has plagued the club for more than two years.
Rodgers has plenty more decisions to make and perhaps players to sign before the Reds can consider themselves cured of their goalscoring ills.
Here are five possible treatments that Rodgers could administer to his team as they battle to end up on the right side of more scorelines such as the one they managed against Fulham.