1. Thomas Muller (Germany)
At the age of just 26, Muller has already won the World Cup with Germany and won both the Champions League and the Bundesliga with Bayern Munich – not to mention that he also claimed the Golden Boot award at the 2010 World Cup.
The German forward has 31 goals in 70 games for Germany, which is an average of almost a goal every other game.
If he can continue this scoring record in the European Championships, and Germany make it to the final, he would finish at around the four-goal mark and would be well on the way to claiming the Golden Boot.
If you ask me, Muller is definitely the man to watch in this competition.