So good were West Ham United in the win over Burnley that it could give David Moyes a headache for Everton.
West Ham face a huge game against the Toffees on Sunday.
A win for the Hammers would put them on 61 points with three games to go.
And that could see West Ham draw level on points with fourth-placed Chelsea if the Blues lose against a scintillating Man City side looking to secure the title on Saturday night.
Rice tipped to return for West Ham against Toffees
Moyes faces a potential dilemma for the visit of Everton to the London Stadium.
Key man Declan Rice is tipped to return after a month out.
That is a huge boost for West Ham in their quest for a European place.
But does Moyes change a winning team after West Ham were irresistible – bar some of the profligate finishing – against Burnley?
It would be unthinkable for Rice not to play when fit. But Manuel Lanzini and Said Benrahma were so good in a new look West Ham setup it does give the Scot a nice problem.
Scintillating Burnley display and Rice return creates dilemma for Moyes
Rice himself praised Lanzini’s performance in the holding midfield role.
The only player to emerge from Turf Moor facing any criticism was Issa Diop.
The centre back was poor in the first half and at fault for Burnley’s goal.
He improved and stood strong in the second half but a poor clearance almost resulted in a Burnley equaliser.
With Angelo Ogbonna out injured again, some West Ham fans are now suggesting Rice comes back into the team in central defence against Carlo Ancelotti’s side.
Some fans suggest Rice should play in defence on return
Some supporters believe it solves the problem of not wanting to disrupt the dynamic that put Burnley to the sword while also taking Diop out of the firing line.
The suggestion has been made by a number of West Ham fans on social media and in fan forum and WhatsApp chats.
Many think it could work well. Others are not so sure and are divided over whether to ease Rice back in or throw him straight back into the heart of midfield.
After all he is simply one of the best around in central midfield.
That would likely mean dropping either Lanzini or Benrahma, though. Who’d be a football manager.
Over to you Moyesie.