1. Jamie Vardy (Leicester City)
Just three-and-a-half years ago the Leicester striker was playing non-league football but is now leading goalscorer in the top flight, with 12 goals, and is one match away from equalling Ruud van Nistelrooy’s record for scoring in 10 consecutive Premier League games.
Vardy has already doubled his goal tally from last term and has helped the Foxes to third in the table, just one point behind leaders Manchester City and Arsenal.
Using his pace and smart positioning to grab his goals, the former Fleetwood attacker has started to establish himself in the England squad.
And with Spain coming up on Friday, the 28-year-old could be given the chance to stake a real claim to be the Three Lions’ central striker.