Mohamed Salah is a man on a mission this season.
Liverpool's Egyptian King has started the 2020/21 Premier League campaign on fire and was instrumental in the Reds' 3-1 win against Arsenal last night.
Salah didn't get on the scoresheet, but he was a constant threat and the Gunners' defence simply had no answer to the 28-year-old.
Kieran Tierney has been brilliant since his arrival from Celtic last summer, but Salah made the Scottish defender look like a rank amateur at Anfield.
That's how good the former Chelsea man is these days and he's undoubtedly one of the top 10 players in the world right now.
The Liverpool star is also far more than just a serial goal scorer and his statistics as a creative force so far this season support that argument perfectly.
Unsurprisingly, Everton's James Rodriguez is only one behind Salah following his excellent start to life in the Premier League after joining from Real Madrid.
Kevin De Bruyne (9), Bruno Fernandes (7), Heung-min Son (8) and Harry Kane (8) are other big names that fans will have expected to feature following their exploits in the opening weeks of the season.
However, there are a few shock inclusions away from the aforementioned sextet. Leeds' Kalvin Phillips creating nine chances from the holding midfield role? Not bad that.
West Ham and Chelsea right-backs Ryan Fredericks (9) and Reece James (8) both make the cut, as does Fantasy Premier League hero John Lundstram (7).
A pretty interesting list, one that will surely alter greatly as the rest of the season plays out.
For now, it's time for rival fans to give up with labelling Salah as 'selfish' in order to try and downplay his brilliance.
Yes, we know he loves scoring goals and can occasionally be a tad greedy with the ball at his feet, but he's also a creative genius.
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