What's the fairest way to judge a striker?
It's a mighty hard question to answer, as the position has evolved so much in recent years.
The invention of the 'false nine' and the impetus on being a creator - as well as a scorer - makes it slightly harder to judge the success of a striker in the modern era.
However, even with centre-forwards having to accept added responsibility, the best judge of their ability will always be goals and how regularly they come by.
If you can find the net every two to three games, you're doing pretty well.
With that in mind, we've decided to see how each current Premier League club's best striker ranks in this department.
We've crunched the numbers to find out their goal-to-game ratio and ranked them accordingly. Only Premier League goals scored count.
20. Newcastle - Joelinton
Games - 30
Goals - 2
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.06
Newcastle's striking options aren't exactly the best. The Brazilian at least ended his horrendous goal drought yesterday against Sheffield United.
19. Sheffield United - Ollie McBurnie
Games - 44
Goals - 4
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.09
The Blades are flying in 2019/20, but their strikers don't exactly score for fun, with £17.5m signing McBurnie averaging a goal every 11 games in the Premier League...
18. Crystal Palace - Jordan Ayew
Games - 129
Goals - 25
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.19
Ayew's eye-for-goal has improved dramatically since his permanent move to Palace. Sadly, his sub-par spells with Aston Villa and Swansea mean the Ghanian's ratio is pretty rank.
17. Everton - Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Games - 106
Goals - 24
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.22
Calvert-Lewin has only become Everton's main man up top this season, so his lacklustre ratio can be forgiven. After all, he's scored 13 goals in 28 games this season!
16. Aston Villa - Wesley
Games - 21
Goals - 5
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.24
Before picking up a serious knee injury, Wesley didn't look too bad in a Villa shirt, scoring a goal every four games.
15. Brighton - Glenn Murray
Games - 144
Goals - 37
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.25
Scoring a goal every four games over the time period that Murray has is a mighty impressive achievement - especially with a team like Brighton.
14. West Ham - Sebastien Haller
Games - 27
Goals - 7
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.26
We expected more from Haller. The former Eintracht Frankfurt striker really hasn't lived up to his £40m price tag.
13. Watford - Troy Deeney
Games - 155
Goals - 43
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.27
Deeney is far from the most prolific striker, but what he brings to Watford is leadership and that really is irreplaceable.
=11. Chelsea - Tammy Abraham
Games - 59
Goals - 18
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.30
Not a bad return at all, with 13 of Abraham's goals coming in just 26 Premier League games this season for Chelsea.
=11. Manchester United - Marcus Rashford
Games - 134
Goals - 41
Goal-to-game ratio - 0.30News Now - Sport News