Birmingham City boss Alex McLeish says it was the right decision to go with two upfront since his arrival at St Andrews.
He said: "There have been tactical switches. When I first came, the team had been used to playing one up front away from home, and even sometimes at home, and I could understand it because I did that with Scotland.
"But I just felt in some games we never caused a threat at all away, which is why we've gone with the two up front and now we are seeing it come to fruition a little but via McFadden and Forssell.
"It was after the game at Bolton that I felt something needed to be done. Although it was 3-0 on the day, I wasn't happy with the lack of forays into the Bolton box and we kind of changed it after that.
"Mikael and James have struck up a good partnership. It would be stupid if I was to change that."