Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti plans to rotate his three frontline strikers in the future, but not before finding a way to incorporate them all in the same team.
Ancelotti bought himself a £50million conundrum when he broke the British transfer record to sign Fernando Torres from Liverpool, with the Spaniard joining Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka in the Chelsea ranks.
"We have to use the time we have (to help them gel)," said Ancelotti.
"We will try again this week because we have some time. Step by step we will try to find the right solution to put them together.
"I think my aim as a coach is to try and find a better solution with the players we have in the squad. They are fantastic strikers and we have to do everything we can to make them play."
He continued: "Sometimes I will choose one player or the other because in the future we will have important games.
"I think rotation of the players will be important and I want to use rotation in the next few games.
"We have important aims to reach in the future, some players will need to rest and recover."
The Italian also backed Torres to rediscover the top form he showed only intermittently for Liverpool over the last year.
"We found Torres in good condition. He doesn't have a problem. Last week was obviously a busy week for him and this week he has had an international match, but he doesn't have a problem showing his quality," he said.
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