When Chelsea splashed a cool £18 million to sign Olivier Giroud from Arsenal in January, fans and the media alike were all asking the same kinds of questions.
Will he replace Alvaro Morata? Has he been brought in to add competition? Or will Antonio Conte play them both up front together?
Conte has largely favoured Morata over the past few months, with Giroud only making two Premier League starts through a mixture of injuries and form.
But last weekend the Frenchman finally ended his goal drought with a brace against Southampton, which delighted Conte because now he has two confident strikers to pick from.
"I am very happy for Olivier," said the Italian. "He scored but we changed something in the second half and the difference was the approach, the spirit and the will to fight and try not to lose.
"We have two strikers and Olivier arrived at Chelsea in January after a bad muscular problem. Now he has good fitness and I try to make the best decisions for the game.
"Alvaro scored against Leicester [City] and Tottenham. I have two good strikers and I try to make the best decision at the start or during the game."
It was only a matter of time before Conte gave Giroud and Morata the chance to start up front together and against Burnley on Thursday night, he did just that.
In a much-changed 3-4-2-1 formation, Giroud and Morata spearheaded Chelsea's attack with Pedro behind them in the No.10 role. Eden Hazard and Willian both started on the bench.
Chelsea took a 20th-minute lead thanks to an own goal and held on until half-time, with Giroud and Morata's partnership a big talking point during the interval.
And generally speaking the reaction was positive. Giroud and Morata linked up very well throughout the opening 45 minutes by taking it in turns to drop deeper and act as the focal point.
On one occasion Giroud received the ball, turned and played a perfectly-weighted through ball to Morata to go through one-on-one - if only the Spaniard could finish.
Check out what Chelsea fans were saying about their new strike partnership in the tweets above and below, with many saying they want to see it more often.