Sean Dyche often speaks about centre forward being the most difficult job in football and the Burnley boss might want to cast his eye towards one youngster in the Turf Moor ranks who is making it look easy.
Max Thompson made his first start for the Clarets Under-23s in Monday night's 2-0 win over Bolton Wanderers and marked it with a well taken goal.
The young forward only arrived at Burnley in December following his release form Everton but has already proven over the course of a few short weeks that he knows where the net is.
He scored regularly for the Under-18s, while on trial and then having signed, and looks set to continue that form at the next level up.
The 17-year-old could have had more against Wanderers but was denied by a good save in the second half and on a couple of occasions in the first period he couldn't quite sort his feet out to get a shot away.
Nonetheless it was an impressive display from the teenager who is one of a cluster of bright attacking prospects at Burnley - alongside Lewis Richardson, Joe McGlynn and Chris Conn-Clarke.
Thompson will get another chance to showcase his skills in this afternoon's Premier League Cup tie at Crystal Palace where the young Clarets know nothing less than a victory will do as they bid to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stages.
Burnley Under-23 coach Andy Farrell was impressed with Thompson, who is contracted with the club until 2021, on Monday night and feels the frontman has an all-round game.
"I thought Max was as good as I have seen at the top end of the pitch, his hold up play and his link up play was really good," said Farrell.
He played slightly deeper and he was linking it up, feeding midfielders and wide players and we got a runner off the back and he was happy enough to be a runner again. His energy level was brilliant.
"Max has not had so many games but I am really pleased for him."