Norwich City manager Chris Hughton admits that he is wary of the threat posed by Liverpool striker Luis Suarez ahead of his team's trip to Anfield tonight, but believes that the Reds are more than just a one-man team.
The Uruguayan hitman has been a constant thorn in the side of the Norwich back line whenever he has faced up against them, hitting seven goals in his last three outings against the Canaries.
That return included two successive hat-tricks at Carrow Road, but it's at Anfield tonight that Hughton's men must shackle the 26-year-old's irresistible talents.
However, Hughton is refusing to concentrate his efforts solely on stopping the Premier League giant's star man:
The Canaries didn't enjoy the best of times on their last visit to Anfield, coming out the wrong side of a 5-0 defeat, but they'll be hoping to put that result to the back of their minds tonight.
Norwich come into the game on the back of a much-needed win against Crystal Palace on Saturday, meaning that they have now recorded back-to-back home wins.
However, their form on the road is still a real concern, with a solitary win at Stoke the only three points registered on their travels so far.
It won't be easy to double that tally against a Liverpool side sitting in 4th place in the league, but in-form midfielder Jonny Howson believes that the Canaries could cause an upset, just like Hull City did to Liverpool on Sunday:
If Norwich City are to overcome the odds, they'll once again have to do it again without a number of key players.
Midfielders Anthony Pilkington, Robert Snodgrass, Alex Tettey and Elliott Bennett are long-term absentees whilst striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel still hasn't been deemed fit enough to return from a toe injury.
However, fans' favourite Wes Hoolahan will be hopeful of retaining his starting place after an impressive showing last time out against Palace.