He's got very good feet, true. However, he played as one of either a two or three for virtually all of his Wolves career. He hasn't had to lead the line and carry an attack for at least a couple of years - and I can't remember if he did so at Burnley. Also worth bearing in mind that his usual strike partner (Doyle) for all his faults is known as being a player with an extremely high workrate. What context this puts on Fletchers achievements over the past two years needs to be taken into account. There is an airbrushing of Steven Fletcher that is going on here. Anyone who raises legitimate questions regarding how he will provide what we need is shouted down in a hail of "yer knar nowt, man. he's perfect f'rus". Perhaps the fact that he represents an apparent lower risk is the key to it all. However, the significant number of posters on here arbitrarily expecting a 15+ haul from the lad need to be able to temper their expectations. There is nothing in his career thus far which suggests he will be the sort of top class performer that he is being built up to be. Best that people expect quiet competence and a player to fit to a system. You can see what is coming a mile off, otherwise.