Norwich City striker Steve Morison has insisted his partnership with Grant Holt can be a force in the Premier League, if given the time to flourish.
Morison, 27, impressed on his top flight debut in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Wigan, providing the assist for Wes Hoolahan's equaliser.
While 30-year-old Holt also proved a handful for the Latics defence.
"I think there's still more to come and that bodes well for the future," Morison told BBC Radio Norfolk.
"We were finding our feet in pre-season, we haven't played to the best of our ability.
"It was only the second time we played with each other, after the pre-season friendly against Zaragoza.
"It was a bit fresh but we showed we compliment each other quite well."
The Wales international arrived from Millwall in the summer, bringing with him a reputation for scoring goals - he netted 36 times in 86 league games for the Lions - and being a useful target man.
But the former Stevenage striker has said he will use the Premier League stage to show he is much more than a bruising centre-forward.
"People see me as six foot two inches and a bit of a target man, but I think I offer more than that," he explained.
"I like to do the other side of it, all the running and creating chances for other people.
"I enjoy the role with Holty and long may it continue."