Norwich City striker Grant Holt fancies upstaging Chelsea's £50 million man Fernando Torres.

The former Shrewsbury striker has hit eight goals this season compared with just four for Torres.

Holt, 30, said: "I have more goals than quite a few top players.

"So, hopefully, people will think I've been pretty good value for money. People seem to think all I do is head the ball. But maybe I have changed a few minds this season. I'm enjoying the challenge of the Premier League. But I'm lucky because I've got players around me who are putting chances on a plate.

"Torres is under a lot of pressure and it's never nice for a striker when you're not scoring. But he probably just needs one goal to get him going - a lucky one in off his back or something.

"But he can still always just show you his World Cup winner's medal!"