With Tony Watt leading the way, St Johnstone look like they have goals in them this season.
The former Celtic front man has netted five times and, with David McMillan, Chris Kane, Greg Hurst and Callum Hendry also all well capable of goals, the Perth side certainly have no shortage of striking options for their game at home to Dundee on Saturday.
They also have a goal threat on the wings as Drey Wright and Matty Kennedy have already found the net this season.
However, the top end of the park is not the only scoring threat Saints have according to their former defender Raymond Stewart.
Raymond finished his playing career at McDiarmid Park after an illustrious campaign with Dundee United, West Ham and Scotland and he believes the Perth team’s full-backs, Richard Foster and Scott Tanser, offer a threat to Dundee.
Raymond was no stranger himself to scoring from his right and left-back berths although most of his counters were from penalties.
Raymond, voted 17th best all-time West Ham player in a fans’ poll, as well as being named in the best-ever West Ham XI, said: “Foster and Tanser are important players in the St Johnstone team as they both have good engines, they get up and down, and their delivery is good from open play and set pieces.
“They are both a threat going forward and are capable of scoring goals as well as making them.
“Foster already has assists to his name this season.
“He is a good all-round pro who never shirks tackles. I have seen more of him than I have of Tanser but Tanser has also impressed me.”