Arsenal and England star Theo Walcott is a versatile player who can operate on the right wing or as a central striker.
His raw pace make him frightening to both full-backs and centre-halves.
However, he is arguably at his most dangerous through the middle.
After all, his speed and opportunism make him a constant goal threat.
He began Saturday’s Premier League Asia Trophy final against Everton on the flank, but he wandered inside to devastating effect on 22 minutes.
Santi Cazorla fed a searching long pass into Walcott’s path and the 26-year-old raced onto it, before poking Arsenal into a 1-0 lead. Watch the goal below.
Walcott ended the 2014-15 season in fine scoring form. He bagged a hattrick in a 4-1 win over West Bromwich Albion on the Premier League’s final day, before hitting the net again a week later – in the 4-0 demolition of Aston Villa in the FA Cup final at Wembley.
Should he be starting ahead of Olivier Giroud in the middle? He certainly offers the Gunners an extra dimension to their attack.