The exciting and dynamic winger has added goals to his game this term; helping Southampton climb the Premier League table whilst improving upon last season’s impressive debut campaign in English football. Having only arrived last September from Red Bull Salzburg for almost £12m; forward Sadio Mane has quickly become a fan favourite with his attacking desire and ability to lead a rapid counterattack. The 23-year-old, who drew interest from 13-time Premier League champions Manchester United during the summer transfer window, has scored three and assisted four goals in the English top-flight so far this season for Ronald Koeman’s side. All of Mane’s Premier League strikes have come in crucial fixtures; two in highly respective wins over Swansea City (3-1) and Chelsea (3-1), before Sunday’s equaliser against Liverpool (1-1) at Anfield, despite his stoppage-time stupidity in picking up two quick yellow cards at the death to receive his marching order. Tied with striker Graziano Pelle as the Saints’ top goalscorer in all competitions with five goals this campaign, boss Koeman is likely to have another fight on his hands to keep the Senegal star at St Mary’s beyond the January transfer window.