Name: Jose Salomon Rondon
Off the back of collecting 10 points from a possible 12 on offer; including three victories over Everton, Crystal Palace and Manchester United respectively, West Brom have all but cemented their place in the Premier League next season after moving to within one point of that desired 40-point milestone.
Perhaps one of the only things left to discuss is who will finish as the Baggies’ top goalscorer come May.
Despite the recent return and form of former England Under-21 international Saido Berahino at The Hawthorns, fellow strike partner and summer signing Jose Salomon Rondon is still in pole position to collect the end of season award.
The 26-year-old, who joined West Brom from Russian outfit Zenit St Petersburg back in August in a club-record deal worth a reported £12m, has scored seven goals in 25 league appearances for Tony Pulis’ side so far this term.
Rondon, who has 47 international caps for Venezuela, is also currently experiencing a rich vein of form in front of goal, netting four times in his last six outings, including the winner against United on Sunday.
Given Rondon’s recent displays, Berahino will do very well to catch up given he has just four league goals this season.