With the likes of Keith Dunne, David Lacey, Mark Hughes and even Philly Hughes if needs be St Mochtas are not lacking in fire power.
However, with the season fast growing to a close and with a potential Senior Sunday title win in sight the Saints have added further attacking options to their squad.
Brian McCarthy has brought in Dean Kelly from Bray Wanderers with his side six points clear going into the final leg of the term.
Not only has Kelly got experience in the amateur ranks having played for Tolka Rovers and won the Intermediate Cup with Crumlin, but he is a proven goal scorer at League of Ireland level and even played for Oldham under Paul Dickov.
Kelly went straight from Crumlin to Oldham were he played 15 times and netted once against Plymouth Argyle.
The striker then teamed up with Shamrock Rovers, who were then managed by Michael O’Neill and scored an injury time winner against UCD to secure the club’s second successive League title.
A move to St Patricks Athletic followed before time spent at Shelbourne, another stint at Rovers, Bohemians, Longford and Bray.
The striker has now returned to the LSL and will be available for selection for Mocthas as they try and secure their first Senior Sunday title.