Derby County defender Curtis Davies has said he is pleased with the variety and depth that Derby have up front.
The Rams head into the international break in a disappointing 15th position, although they do have a game in hand on most of their rivals.
Gary Rowett’s men gained a credible point at Cardiff but failed to get on the scoresheet in the goalless draw.
Bar a 5-0 thrashing of Hull, Derby have struggled for goals this season, with 13 in their ten league games, including those five.
Yet, Davies feels the club are blessed with good options in the final third.
“We’ve got a good blend and a good mix. We’ve got Vydra who’s a tricky player, we’ve got Sam Winnall and Nugent who are the only two that are quite similar. They work hard, get in the box and score goals. Chrissy Martin is a stand up, hold it, player,” he told the Derby Telegraph.
Matej Vydra is the Rams top scorer this season with four, but he has been restricted to just eight minutes of action in the last two games, with Rowett seemingly still searching for the solution up top.
On paper, Curtis Davies is right. Derby have a good range of forwards who all bring different qualities to the table and more importantly goals.
However, boss Gary Rowett is still chopping and changing his team to try and find the right balance which makes it harder for the forwards.
It may be a tough decision, but he will have to choose either an individual or a pairing and give them a run to showcase their quality, because constant rotation doesn’t seem to be helping anyone.
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