Burnley boss Sean Dyche feels his has improved attacking options this season, following a morale-boosting 3-2 win over Bournemouth on Saturday.
The Clarets have turned Turf Moor into a fortress after winning promotion, as their fifth home win moved them up to 13th position in the EPL standings.
And, after bringing on substitutes Andre Gray and Ashley Barnes in the second half, Burnley netted a third goal, which proved to be enough to secure all three points on offer.
Gray, who won Championship Player of the Year with 25 goals last season, had a telling impact as he provided the assist for George Boyd's match-winner.
As such, Dyche hailed his side's attacking depth, saying: "The biggest shift we've had, is if you look at the group two years ago, and now, we can be really effective from the bench.
"That's not doing anyone down, we didn't have the depth two years ago.
"Now we can look at the bench and think we can actually affect the game, and it was a good sign, with Barnesy and Andre, you could see the swing and the way the game changed.
"We looked a much stronger force."