BBC Sport pundit Michael Brown has been answering your questions on all things Premier League.
Frank asked: Teams like Wolves who play without a number nine are doing very well. Are old fashioned strikers needed anymore? Has the game changed?
Michael replied: The game has changed. I think we've seen a different type of striker.
But look at Liverpool and Arsenal for example, people mention they still need a number nine, so people are saying it, but we're not necessarily seeing those old-fashioned nines.
Manchester City did so well with the false nine, but then Erling Haaland came in and scored 50 goals. They still needed him and they still wanted a number nine, but it depends on your playing style.
Michael Brown was speaking to BBC Sport's Nicola Pearson