4) Roberto Firmino (Liverpool)
Liverpool’s summer signing from Hoffenheim initially struggled to get to grips with the pace of the Premier League.
However, the Brazilian has adapted to Jurgen Klopp’s style of play and now finds himself as an integral part of the Reds’ team.
With Klopp preferring to field three attacking midfielders rather than Christian Benteke, Firmino has been forced to improve his finishing ability and be clinical in front of goal. And he has done exactly that.
Six goals in the league this term has him level with the Belgian frontman and his six assists mean that he has been involved in almost a third of Liverpool’s Premier League goals this term.