When Emmanuel Adebayor signed back on for Tottenham Hotspur in the Summer, everybody assumed that he was going to be the top striker at the club, but an unfortunate injury hindered him turning out for the first team and up stepped England striker Jermaine Defoe to steal the show and make that forward slot his own.
The England hit man is on top form and has scored six goals already for Spurs this season. But it is his work-rate that has impressed coach Andre Villas-boas the most and he is seen as the clubs number one striker at the moment.
However, with the return of Adebayor that could all change that and Defoe could well find his place coming under threat from the big Togo star.
The lanky striker was our top scorer last season and is seen as more of a target man who can cause the oppositions defence a load of trouble, both in the air and on the ground.
So if AVB can manage the forward correctly, then he will be a great asset to have through-out the course of the season.
But there may be a problem with that because Villas-Boas was rumoured to be lacking man-management skills at his previous club Chelsea, which caused the rift between him and the squads more egotistical players.
And with Adebayor having a bit of an ego problem, the two could clash and the striker could well find himself out the door.
Which would be a big mistake for both parties because I believe the way Spurs work and the way Adebayor plays; it is a pretty good link-up.
It is a tough dilemma for the young Portuguese boss, but if he can develop some better one-on-one skills, then he could have two top-quality strikers that are enjoying life at the club
But if he can’t keep them happy, then he will show them the door with no hesitation.