Thomas Tuchel (left) has steadied the ship at Chelsea. Unbeaten in his first 10 Premier League games – with four straight clean sheets – the Blues are now among the favourites for a top-four spot – but one issue remains. Up front, Chelsea are still struggling for goals.
It is a problem that helped bring an end to Frank Lampard’s reign at Stamford Bridge and Tuchel’s side have netted just 13 times in the 12 matches he has taken charge of.
Here, Sportsmail takes a look at Tuchel’s options as he looks to get Chelsea firing again – including playing Kai Havertz (inset) more often, giving Callum Hudson-Odoi (top right) a run centrally and bringing back Olivier Giroud (bottom right) for games against defensive-minded opponents.