Liverpool's record goalscorer, Ian Rush, has likened the thriving SAS partnership of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge to that of his famous double act with Robbie Fowler.
Rush and Fowler were dubbed as the 'RAF' during the 1990s, causing headaches for defenders across the country with their prowess in the penalty area.
As Liverpool prepare to host Fulham at Anfield on Saturday afternoon, Rush has backed the Reds' current strike pair to continue their assault on opposition centre-halves.
Recalling the RAF partnership, Rush told Liverpoolfc.com: "You get little tags like that and it means both players are playing well.
"Myself and Robbie both scored a lot of goals together, and Sturridge and Suarez are doing exactly the same.
"They are both fantastic. Against West Brom the pair of them also hit the bar and post and if they can continue to do that then the supporters will be happy."
The prolific duo are set to be joined by Philippe Coutinho after the Brazilian returned from injury as a second-half substitute against Arsenal last weekend.
Rush is excited to see how the three creators can all link-up in an eye-catching attack.
He added: "That's what we've all been waiting for.
"Coutinho had an absolutely fantastic pre-season and unfortunately he got injured, but like I've always said, when we've got Suarez, Sturridge, Coutinho and Gerrard together on the pitch then one thing is certain and that is goals.
"Those four have got great football brains and I can't wait to see them all playing together.
"There's a long way to go but we've made a good start. Over the Christmas period we'll find out more about where we are going to be, but I think the supporters are happy with the start we have made.
"We have played some good football. We were disappointed to lose to Arsenal last week but in fairness I thought little crucial decisions went against us, like the free-kick which we scored from, only for the referee to pull it back. I think that would have changed the game. But you have got to give Arsenal credit as they played well.
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"We've got to win our home games and if we can do that, I think we can maintain our position in the league.
"Besides the Southampton game I think our home form has been superb. We could have had six or seven goals against West Brom in the last home game; Suarez and Sturridge were on fire and it was great to watch.
"If we can get the first goal against Fulham that would make a big difference as the lads will get a lot of confidence from that."
Rush was speaking at the launch for LFC museum curator Stephen Done's new book, entitled 'The Official Treasures of Liverpool FC' and packed with memorabilia from Liverpool's wonderful past.
Rush said: "The book is absolutely fantastic and reflects on the history of Liverpool Football Club right from the very start.
"There's some great memories and some great memorabilia in it. It features Bill Shankly to Bob Paisley, Joe Fagan right through to Brendan Rodgers and I think it's a must for all Reds out there.
"People say: 'Why were Liverpool so successful?' One reason is all the hard work that went on behind closed doors with people like Shankly, Paisley and Fagan and this book sums up what Liverpool is all about."
Rush was adorning copies of the book with his autograph at a special signing session at the official Liverpool One club store.
The Welsh legend believes it is important to meet and interact with the supporters.
He added: "It's great and is what it's all about. Supporters are the most important people and we have got to make a connection with the fans.
"We see ourselves as a family club and it is important to interact with supporters from all over the world."
The iconic No.9 also gave us an update on the return of his famous moustache, which he is growing back after a long absence to spearhead the club's Movember campaign.
Rush said: "Slowly but surely it is getting back! It's not too grey thankfully but it's only a week or so into the month, so by the end of the month it will be interesting to see what's it's like.
"People always ask me what happened to my moustache as I scored all of my goals for Liverpool with it, so I only shaved it off when I finished playing.
"This is the first time I've grown it back in 13 years and it's for a great cause, and when I go to the game on Saturday I hope to see a lot more moustaches."
Throughout the month, 'Rushie' will be keeping fans updated with his 'mo' across all of the Liverpool FC social media channels and via the website.