The West Bromwich Albion team that earned promotion to the Premier League in the 2007-08 season had a devastating attack.
The team, let by Tony Mowbray, scored a total of 88 goals to help send the Baggies to the elite division of English football.
Roman Bednar, Kevin Phillips, Ishmail Miller, Craig Beattie and Luke Moore all contributed to the goal tally.
Fast-forward 10 years and West Brom find themselves with another potent attack.
Dwight Gayle, Jay Rodriguez and Harvey Barnes have formed a prolific trio, and the team overall have racked up a tally of 37 goals after 17 Championship fixtures.
After a disappointing winless run, Darren Moore’s team recently overcame Leeds United 4-1 at The Hawthorns, which put them up to fifth in the table, five points adrift of current leaders Norwich City.
In an interview with The Telegraph, James Morrison suggested that the current team is in as good a state attacking-wise as they were a decade ago.
We asked you if that assessment was correct, and a large majority of fans believe that Moore has the better team.