Sean Dyche faces a big striker selection call when Burnley visit Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday.
Jay Rodriguez's star showing in netting all four goals in the 4-1 Carabao Cup win over Rochdale in midweek mean the 32-year-old has staked a claim to start at the King Power Stadium as the Clarets go in search of their first Premier League win of the season.
Rodriguez has now scored more goals than the rest of the Burnley squad combined this season, albeit his have come against League Two opposition.
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Chris Wood seems certain to start against the Foxes while Matej Vydra impressed off the bench at Arsenal last time out in the league and produced an encouraging showing against Dale.
Ashley Barnes has earned the nod recently but has yet to find the net this season and has come under-fire from some supporters.
Dyche has kept faith with the 31-year-old but replaced him early in the second half against the Gunners and could be tempted by a change up top as he seeks to turn the Clarets' league fortunes around.
Burnley have created plenty of chances in their opening five fixtures but have struggled to make them count and the Turf boss admits that is a bugbear of his thus far as he weighs up his selection for the weekend.
"We know we have to do that better and we have created a lot in the Premier League this season, or certainly as much as we ever have done. It is pretty high and the quality of chances is high," said Dyche.
"I have said all along I believe in all the strikers.
"Vyds is getting sharper and fitter and has worked hard (against Rochdale) to add to his true fitness level.
"Jay looked sharp, particularly second half. First half his movement was good and he didn’t quite find a chance, second half he spent more time in the middle of the pitch and the box and was effective so I am pleased for him.
"He has come back pre-season really fit and has obviously looked after himself.
"He has come back really fit and strikers need goals, they thrive on goals and we want him to react to that and the team as well I think because we have made a reasonable amount of chances this season and taking them gives the whole group belief."
He added: "Performances have been reasonable but we have got to term them into wins and we certainly made a more than reasonable performance (against Rochdale) and added that cutting edge and I think that is what we have got to bring into the Premier League.
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