15. Didier Drogba - 0.41
14. Wayne Rooney - 0.42
Club(s): Everton and Manchester United
13. Les Ferdinand - 0.42
Club(s): Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Leicester City and Bolton Wanderers
12. Robbie Fowler - 0.43
Club(s): Liverpool, Leeds United and Manchester City
11. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink - 0.44
Club(s): Leeds United, Chelsea, Middlesbrough and Charlton Athletic
10. Andrew Cole - 0.45
Club(s): Newcastle United, Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Fulham, Manchester City and Portsmouth
9. Romelu Lukaku - 0.45
Club(s): West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Manchester United
8. Michael Owen - 0.46
Club(s): Liverpool, Newcastle United, Manchester United and Stoke City
7. Jamie Vardy - 0.49
Club(s): Leicester City
6. Robin van Persie - 0.51
Club(s): Arsenal and Manchester United
5. Ian Wright - 0.53
Club(s): Arsenal and West Ham United
4. Alan Shearer - 0.59
Club(s): Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United
3. Harry Kane - 0.68
Club(s): Tottenham Hotspur
2. Thierry Henry - 0.68
1. Sergio Aguero - 0.68
Club(s): Manchester City
Vardy holding his own
Talk about an impressive finish for Vardy: seventh place amongst so many legends!
It's incredible to think that a striker who was turning out for Halifax Town and Fleetwood Town in the last decade now has a better Premier League goal-per-game ratio than Drogba.
In fact, the only six players with a finer record are some of the greatest forwards to ever grace English shores in Aguero, Henry, Kane, Shearer, Wright and Van Persie.
What's more, Vardy has achieved it all in a Leicester team that was almost relegated when it initially returned to the Premier League and has only actually finished in the top four once.
Whether the Foxes have been winning the league, fighting relegation or stewing in mid-table, Vardy has been having a party and the stats go a long way towards proving it.
- Martial's stunning goal vs Bournemouth
- De Gea and Maguire's errors for Stanislas goal
- Bruno Fernandes' free-kick vs Bournemouth