The forwards that will light up the division this season.
As much as the traditional striker is being phased out at clubs like Barcelona, in the Premier League a solid No.9 is still the biggest match winner.
Therefore fanatix takes a look at the best forwards currently plying their trade in the English top tier.
10. Edin Dzeko – Manchester City
Premier League record: 30 goals in 78 matches.
The Bosnian may be the forgotten man at the Etihad Stadium to a certain extent, but despite only starting half of the 27-year-old’s 32 appearances in 2012/13, Dzeko still bagged 14 league goals.
New City boss Manuel Pellegrini is a huge fan of the striker and that was seen by the prominent role the attacker played in the 4-0 win over Newcastle United on Monday.
9. Wilfried Bony – Swansea City
Premier League record: 1 goal in 1 match.
This is admittedly a big call considering the Ivorian is a new signing at the Liberty Stadium, but 31 Eredivisie goals in 30 matches last term shows that Bony has an eye for goal.
Although Swansea’s opening day 4-1 defeat to Manchester United was lacklustre, the 24-year-old looked sharp when taking the striker’s goal.
8. Christian Benteke – Aston Villa
Premier League record: 22 goals in 36 matches.
Benteke has been something of a revelation since joining Villa from Genk in the summer of 2012 and netting 19 Premier League goals in the 22-year-old’s first season.
The Belgian forced Darren Bent out of the side at Villa Park and has proved many doubters wrong that the forward was a ‘one season wonder’, by scoring three times in two matches this term against Arsenal and Chelsea.
7. Alvaro Negredo – Manchester City
Premier League record: 0 goals in 1 match.
The Spaniard is yet to get off the mark in England following a £22m move from Sevilla this summer on the back of a prolific campaign in Spain in 2012/13.
Negredo did have the ball in the net in City’s first match of the season against Newcastle, but was marginally ruled offside. Expect many goals to come though this year.
6. Dimitar Berbatov – Fulham
Premier League record: 90 goals in 211 matches.
Despite being 32-years-old Berbatov proved in the attacker’s first year at Craven Cottage that the Bulgarian can still cut it at the top with 15 league goals.
After a superb spell at Tottenham Hotspur the striker then struggled after becoming the Red Devils’ club record signing – although 48 Premier League strikes in 108 games is not a bad record.