Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey showed everyone jus why he has been nominated for the PFA Young Player of the Year against Hull City on Sunday, despite missing nearly four months of the campaign with a persistent thigh problem.
Ramsey enjoyed a fantastic first half of the season and showed just why Arsenal have missed him so badly at the KC Stadium, scoring the opener, setting up the second for Lukas Podolski and proving a dynamic, relentless force driving the Gunners forward throughout an encouraging display in his first Premier League start since Boxing Day.
The 23-year-old faces a fierce fight with the likes of Eden Hazard, Daniel Sturridge and Raheem Sterling to get the PFA honour next week, and with competition so fierce GMS has decided to trawl through the statistics and find how just which starlet has delivered the goods in every quantifiable area.
Defensive nous get the same praise as attacking qualities in our poll, which means we have a whole host of top 5's for you to browse before picking your best wonderkid for the campaign to date.
Remember that to be eligible for consideration a player has to have been aged 23 on the opening day of the 2013/14 Premier League season, in line with the PFA award criteria.
Feel free to have your say on the young player who has made the biggest impact in the Premier League by commenting below, but only once you've taken our stat attack into account.