Five most deadly Premier League strikers in the Premier League this season: Man United new boy already making strong impact

Popular football statto’s Squawka have compiled a list (via Metro) detailing who the Premier League’s top five strikers have been so far this season with regards to their shots to goals conversion rate.

And thanks to his impressive start, Manchester United new boy Anthony Martial has burst on to the scene already. The £36m man is proving that those doubters who raised their eyebrows at his arrival on transfer deadline day.

However, he hasn’t managed to top list, so scroll below to see who has…

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5. Romelu Lukaku – Everton – 33.3%

The Belgian hit man looks to be back to his best this season and has already thundered five goals to help The Toffees get off to a good start. Bagging two with his left foot, one with his right, and two headers, the former Chelsea man is proving himself to be a well-rounded and complete forward.

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4. Jon Walters – Stoke City – 40%

The Irishman came close to leaving the Britannia this summer, but has since reaffirmed his importance to the side with some efficient service in front of goal. He may have only scored two goals so far, but this coming from five shots proves that he has some outstanding instincts in front of goal.

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3. Anthony Martial – Manchester United – 50%

Martial has made an immediate impact since his deadline day arrival from Monaco, and having taken just six shots he has managed to chalk himself up three goals. Since bagging a stunning debut effort against Liverpool he has seemingly gone from strength to strength.

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2. Steven Naismith – Everton – 60%

Naismith has built a strong reputation for himself over the past 12 months, and what’s impressive about his inclusion is this list is that all three of his goals this term came when he bagged a hat trick in the win over Chelsea.

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1. Callum Wilson – Bournemouth – 62.5%

Having blasted the south coast club into the Premier League for the first time, Wilson carried on pretty much where he left off by notching five goals from only eight shots. However, injury has ruled him out for the bulk of what remains of the campaign, but for the time being he is the Premier League’s deadliest marksman.

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