The arrival of new owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett saw the Spaniard handed a substantial transfer kitty and Benitez responded by bringing in Fernando Torres, Ryan Babel and Andriy Voronin alongside Yossi Benayoun over the summer in a bid to match the firepower of rivals Manchester United and Chelsea. And with last season's top scorer Peter Crouch and Holland international Dirk Kuyt also vying for a starting berth, Benitez's biggest worry will be keeping his multitude of stars happy. However, the Reds boss welcomes the dilemma and hopes the situation will see his side hit the back of the net more frequently than last term. "For me it's a good problem, " said Benitez. "I like to have these options up front. We have different options now and it depends on the game but I think all of them can play together and that is the important thing. "It depends on the game. If we want to play more crosses, Crouch can play or Voronin, and if we want to change the game we can introduce a different striker. "I think last season the team was attacking but I would like to see more goals. "We were attacking a lot but we can now improve the accuracy and hopefully we will see more goals." All eyes will be on Torres in particular and how quickly the Spain star can adjust to the pace and physicality of the English game. One man who knows the 23-year-old better than most is Jose Reina. The Liverpool keeper has both played with and against the former Atletico Madrid hitman in La Liga and the national side and is confident Torres will justify his hefty price tag. "He's a top quality player and after being with Atletico Madrid it won't be a problem for him," said Reina. "I expect him to score goals, he is learning English very early and has the mentality to succeed. "I have spoken with him about a lot of things but he will find out for himself about English football. "I can't explain what he is going to find because I don't want to scare him. He will find out in his own way but I am convinced that he is absolutely ready to meet the challenge." Reina's own place may be under pressure for perhaps the first time in his Liverpool career as Scott Carson returns to Anfield on the back of an impressive season-long loan at Charlton. The 21-year-old turned in a string of inspirational performances during the Addicks' unsuccessful fight against relegation but Reina insisted he is ready to cope with the added competition. "I think it's a great challenge for me," he said. "The more intense it will be, the better for the team. I'm not worried. I know Scotty will be pressuring me, he's a great shot stopper and he showed that last season and it's better for the team." Liverpool face Portsmouth on Friday in the final of the Barclays Asia Trophy with a full strength squad after both Torres and Babel received the international clearance that prevented them from playing against South China on Tuesday. With skipper Steven Gerrard also expected to feature after recovering from a minor abdominal strain, Benitez is hoping his side can claim their first piece of silverware this season, even if it is only a pre-season tournament. "We had some problems but now we have Torres and Babel and Gerrard will be okay also, so we have quality options against Portsmouth, who will be a very, very good team to play against," said the Spaniard. "For us it's an important game because we want to win every trophy, it's a final, we have a lot of supporters here and we'll try to do our best. "Hopefully we will play well and create a lot of chances. Normally we have an offensive mentality and we want to win."