Chelsea's rivals are scared stiff at the prospect of facing the Blues' strike stars, at least that's the opinion of John Terry.
With the likes of Didier Drogba, Nicolas Anelka, Fernando Torres, Salomon Kalou and Florent Malouda forming Carlo Ancelotti's forward armoury, Terry believes each man will play their part before the season's end.
And, with the title race going down to the wire, the Chelsea captain is backing the quintet attackers to fire the Blues to Barclays Premier League glory.
"It can be pretty daunting for opponents when they see us bringing on players like Nando, Didier, Nico, Sala or Florent," the 30-year-old told The Sun.
"Those front five are so important to everything we are doing at the moment.
"Whoever plays up front is stepping up to the mark and for us to have a chance of winning the title we need those big guys always ready.
"Three lads start the game and the other two usually come on at some stage but there's no arguing among the players and no disappointment.
"It's so tight at the top and the title could come down to goal difference.
"Florent, Sala and Didier have all rediscovered their shooting boots and that has come at just the right time for us."