Sheffield United striker Richard Cresswell has tipped Ched Evans to fill the void left by Darius Henderson's injury.
Henderson could be absent for six months due to a torn hamstring, and although former Manchester City forward Evans endured a poor campaign last season with just four goals in 36 appearances, Cresswell has tipped the Welshman to take this season's Championship by storm.
"If Ched gets a couple early on then I honestly reckon he'll go on to get 20 throughout the season," Cresswell told the Sheffield Star.
"There's no doubt in my mind about it because that's the sort of talent he's got. Ched was massively unlucky last year. I've lost count of the number of times he hit the woodwork, so he's not had the best of luck.
"But that changes, and so long as he keeps being confident in himself then Ched is going to have absolutely no problems. He's a huge asset for this club."