With Leeds unable to secure a striker in the January transfer window, could there be an option in the squad to take the mantle when called upon? Possibly.
I wouldn't pick Doukara, he's ineffective up front and as much as I want Antonsson to succeed he's not done enough to warrant a starting spot and he's not adapted to the English game as quick as some would have hoped.
The best option for Leeds would be to give Kemar Roofe the opportunity to play up top. The improvements he has made throughout the season and the confidence he now possesses could give Leeds a massive boost when it comes to attacking intent.
The tutelage of James Beattie is where Roofe could make a real impact for Leeds' forward line. Beattie was never the biggest of forwards but knew how to play on the last man and this is where I think Roofe could be explosive. Find space and playing against the offside trap could easily fit in to our playing style and flamboyant midfield.
He's shown before that he is more than capable of filling the top spot, having featured as a striker for Oxford United on many occasions last season. You don't get to 26 goals in a season without having the ability to put the ball in the back of net, surely then he's worth a pop as an option up front.
The 24-year old has now shown the potential and drive to be explosive on the field and he now has the confidence to run at defenders and take shots from outside the area.
Leeds would not be losing too much from midfield if Roofe did fill in as a forward. With six wingers now currently at the club, Garry Monk is spoilt for choice and allowing Monk to occupy another position could free up space for another talented player to get an opportunity.
So what's your opinion? Do you think Roofe could force his way into the squad as a back up striker? Who would be your choice? Have your say in the comments below.
By Ryan Ingham