And his insisted whoever takes their chances in the quartet of Robbie Keane, Helder Postiga, Bobby Zamora and Fredi Kanoute will stay in the starting line-up.
Bobby made a huge impact after on as substitute early in the second half at St Andrew's and all that was missing was a debut Premiership goal as we lost 1-0.
"That's one thing we're going to have up our sleeve this season with four strikers," Glenn pointed out.
"One is injured at the moment but there is a opportunity that whoever comes off the bench will be able to influence the game.
"Bobby did that in a positive way. We've four strikers and whoever takes their chances will stay in the team."
Bobby, just off target with three headers, replaced another Premiership debutant Helder Postiga.
Glenn added: "Helder needs a little time to adjust to the English game and this was always going to be a tough one for him.
"He will learn from it. He will be better knowing how the English game works and we've certainly more options now."
Glenn Hoddle said Saturday's opener at Birmingham gave us a brief glimpse of his striking options this season.