With the 2013/14 English football season slowly approaching its climax, a number of outlets are beginning to crunch the statistics and come up with several interesting tables and graphics relating to just how well certain teams have performed during this campaign.
While traditionally the majority of the focus tends to become fixated upon the top-flight, it's often far more interesting to open up such studies to include the whole of the English league system to see just how things have been going in each of the four main divisions.
Here - using the stats provided from the fine folks over at The Football League - we take a look at the top 25 best English league clubs of the season (meaning from the Premier League down to League 2) ranked in order of the percentage of available points won.
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There are some surprising results at first glance - which shocked you the most?
What do you make of such stats and which clubs in England do you think have enjoyed the best seasons to date?
*Please bear in mind, such a list does not take into account the quality of each division - it is PURELY looking at the % of points won.