Micky Mellon says he has got his own version of the 'Fab Four', and they can all be a hit for Oldham Athletic.

The Latics boss relied on Mike Fondop and Joe Garner for goals when top scorer James Norwood and January signing Andrew Dallas we sidelined with injury in February.

And the duo delivered with a run of nine goals in five games between them, out of the six games they were paired together.

Mellon has rotated the forwards this month, and opted to start Norwood and Dallas for the first time since recruiting Dallas on loan from Barnsley in January, for last weekend's visit of Chesterfield.

The pair hit it off immediately, with Norwood converting the penalty that Dallas won in the 2-2 draw, while Dallas was unlucky not to score his first Latics goal in a dynamic display, before being replaced by Joe Garner in the 80th minute.

And having gone from only two fit strikers a few weeks ago - with Alex Reid frozen out - Mellon says he is blessed with attacking options now for the crucial run-in.

"I've got four crackers, four cracking strikers, four beauties. I'm very much aware of that, and if we can get them the service they will deliver like they did today. So it's up to us to give them the ammunition to score us goals," said the Latics boss.

And he admitted that when it came to selecting his forwards, it was a good dilemma to have.

"I've got a club of four strikers that are tasked with scoring us goals. I don't have any favourites, their job is to score us goals and if I don't think the two that are out there are the only ones to score us goals then I'll change them, and that's the way that we speak about them. We call them the club of four.

"I expect between the four of them to score us goals. That's not me putting pressure on them, or expectation, they're here to score goals.

"I've got four guys that are there to pay the bills, score the goals, and they are doing. They're scoring goals or creating goals."