Norwich City's Grant Holt has insisted that he is not bothered by the signing of fellow striker Luciano Becchio.
Argentine frontman Becchio arrived at Carrow Road on transfer deadline day from Leeds United to bolster the Norfolk-based side's attacking options.
However, Holt has revealed that his intention is to "thrive" under the competition.
"I'm sure the manager can play us together if need be, but if not, we might even have to rotate," Holt told BBC Radio Norfolk. "We know what Becchio can do. He's aggressive, he's good in the air.
"You look at it as the greater good of the club and trying to stay in this division. It's competition and that's what we'll thrive on.
"It doesn't bother me who the manager brings in, he can bring in whoever he wants as long as we stay up."
Becchio came off the bench to make his debut during Saturday's 0-0 draw against Queens Park Rangers.