AFC Telford United boss Rob Edwards reckons his side have a deadly attacking force in on-loan Burton Albion striker Marcus Dinanga and Anthony Dwyer.
Dinanga, sent out for the season by Nigel Clough earlier this month, signed an improved contract in July that will expire next summer, but the Brewers hold an option to extend his stay at the Pirelli Stadium until June 2019.
The 20-year-old has continued his form that saw him hit 34 goals while on loan at Matlock Town last term, and he has linked up with Dwyer once again after their time at the Gladiators - with the same outcome on the cards.
Dinanga and Dwyer are proving quite the double act, with Dinanga's two goals so far and Dwyer's four helping to arrest a slide that had seen Telford lose three games on the trot after a 1-0 opening-day win at York City.
A 3-0 win over Leamington on Monday, with the pair starting and Dwyer bagging two, has left former Derby County and Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Rob Edwards impressed with what he has seen from the pair.
"What you need, at any level of football, is people that are willing to run in behind," Edwards told the Shropshire Star.
"Defenders don't like facing their own goal, and they don't like people who work hard.
"Our front two ran in behind and worked hard (on Monday), and they were a constant threat.
"Whoever plays in those positions needs to do that."
Dwyer was as equally as complimentary on Dinanga as Edwards was, with the former Mansfield Town trainee hinting that more is still to come at the New Bucks Head.
"To be fair, me and him had a little spell together last season at Matlock," Dwyer said.
"Obviously the partnership is still there and we will be working on it more in training.
"Hopefully it will be a more regular thing. It is about making sure defenders can't cope with me and Marcus, and putting the ball into the back of the net."