Premier League forwards - 2022/23 power rankings
With the Premier League season now over halfway through, a number of players have hit top form and are standing out from the crowd.
Goals are usually the name of the game if you're playing up front, but there's other factors to consider when you're ranking the influence of players on their clubs.
Here's 90min's ten most in-form forwards in the 2022/23 Premier League campaign...
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10. Kelechi Iheanacho (new entry)
Put in what was arguably a career-best performance in Saturday's win over Aston Villa, bagging two assists and a goal.
9. Brennan Johnson (new entry)
The catalyst for Nottingham Forest's improved performances in recent weeks, Johnson came up big again for his club with a winning goal against Leeds United.
8. Bryan Mbeumo (new entry)
Bryan Mbeumo is doing to all right now.
His hold-up play, goalscoring, chance creation, have all been top level in 2023.
7. Miguel Almiron (-)
Jack Grealish is usually the one making a fool of other players but he's being made a fool of by Miguel Almiron this season. The man who the Man City player took the mick out of in May has been on fire recently, getting nine goals in the league.
You should've never doubted him, Jack.
6. Eddie Nketiah (-)
Gabriel Jesus' knee injury was perceived by many to be disastrous to Arsenal's title ambitions. Eddie Nketiah didn't get the memo and is now a likely call-up to Gareth Southgate's next England squad.
5. Bukayo Saka (down 1)
Bukayo Saka has played a huge role in Arsenal's title challenge this season, and after a decent World Cup, people are waking up and seeing his huge talent.
4. Kauro Mitoma (up 1)
Kauro Mitoma becomes the latest in a long line of names signed by Brighton from seemingly out of nowhere to become an established Premier League player.
Not only that, the Japanese maestro is becoming a regular goalscorer too.
3. Erling Haaland (down)
Haaland held the number one spot on this list for a very, very long time.
After managing zero shots on goal in the defeat to Tottenham however, it's time for a change.
2. Marcus Rashford (-)
Marcus Rashford has arguably been the Premier League's best player since the World Cup break.
He's in the form of his life right now.
1. Harry Kane (up 2)
Kane became Tottenham's all-time record goalscorer on Sunday and became the third player to score over 200 Premier League goals.