Fulham striker Moussa Dembele will score the goals crocked team-mate Bobby Zamora can't, according to Stephen Kelly.
The Fulham frontman will be sidelined for at least four months after sustaining a broken leg in Saturday's win against Wolves.
But Dembele stepped up to the plate to bag a second-half double to fire
Mark Hughes's men to their first Premier League win of the campaign.
And Kelly insists the Belgian international can fill the void left by Zamora's absence.
He said: "We're all gutted for Bobby. It's a massive blow, he's been massive for us last year and this season already.
"Moussa scored two great goals - he seems to be on fire. He's a very good technical player, good on the ball and keeps it really well.
"I really think he's going to be a big star for us this season."