The transfer window is now in full swing and Norwich City look set to increase their firepower.
Ricky van Wolfswinkel has, of course, already signed on the dotted line from Sporting Lisbon, but Chris Hughton doesn't look intent on stopping there.
According to the Daily Mail, a fee has been agreed with PSV Eindhoven for the purchase of Swedish star, Ola Toivonen, but with many other clubs reportedly interested in his services, that particular deal may still be far from completion.
Elsewhere, the Daily Mirror believes that Celtic's Gary Hooper is still very much on the radar, although with Sky Sports reporting that Hull City have offered £4 million for the former Scunthorpe man's signature, Norwich will have to move quickly to get their man.
Whoever ultimately does come through the doors at Carrow Road will know that they will have a tough act to follow, as Norwich have had some very good strikers on their books in recent years.
Here is my personal countdown of the five best forwards to have worn the yellow jersey in the last decade, with players being rated on the impact that they had on the club during their respective spells in Norfolk.
So, without any further ado, let's get started.
(NB: Please note that for the purposes of this slide show, Darren Huckerby has been classed as a winger, and not a striker)