With Fantasy Premier League on pause during the international break, it's a good time to step back and assess the players who have been the best picks so far this season.
After 11 Gameweeks, we now have enough data to judge some of the top FPL assets.
Here are our top 10 FPL performers this season based on points scored, value and consistency.
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10. ROMELU LUKAKU | MANCHESTER UNITED | 11.5M | 64PTS
Despite his failure to score in the last four Gameweeks, Romelu Lukaku is still one of the most consistent players in the game. With seven goals and three assists so far, the Belgian has only blanked in three outings, registering an assist at the very least in every other performance.
9. TAMMY ABRAHAM | SWANSEA CITY | 5.9M
When it comes to budget third strikers, you can't do any better than Tammy Abraham. While Swansea haven't been altogether impressive, the striker has proved to be great value for money, scoring more points than Liverpool's Roberto Firmino (8.5m) and Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette (10.3m).
8. STEPHEN WARD | BURNLEY | 4.9M | 56PTS
One that has flown a little bit under the radar is Stephen Ward. Ranking as the fourth highest-scoring defender in the game so far this season, has played all but 10 minutes of Burnley's league campaign and racked up five clean sheets. His goal in the first week gave him an early boost while he's picked up seven bonus points along the way.
7. DAVID SILVA | MANCHESTER CITY | 8.5M | 61PTS
David Silva is an affordable way into a high-scoring Manchester City midfield. The 31-year-old has surprisingly started every Premier League game this season and is just a point behind Raheem Sterling (8.5m) who is far more susceptible to rotation moving forward and only three behind Kevin de Bruyne (10.1m) who is far more expensive. With a league-high seven assists, he's never too far from the points.
6. PASCAL GROSS | BRIGHTON | 5.9M | 58PTS
There are few players in the league that make the whole team tick and Pascal Gross is one of them. Given that he created 98 chances in the Bundesliga with Ingolstadt last season though, that shouldn't come as a surprise. With five assists already, those chances are being converted which makes him a slightly cheaper option than Richarlison although the Watford man should end up with more points.
5. RICHARLISON | WATFORD | 6.4M | 58PTS
The Brazilian is basically the Riyad Mahrez of season before last in FPL terms. Richarlison has emerged as a prime attacking force and certainly one of the most threatening players around with 39 shots already, second only to Harry Kane (12.8m) who is literally twice his price. He also leads the way with big chances missed (6) along with Alvaro Morata (10.3m) and Mohamed Salah (9.4m) but at least that means that he consistently gets into goal-scoring position.
4. PHIL JONES | MANCHESTER UNITED | 5.5M | 59PTS
No one expected Phil Jones to be the rock on which Jose Mourinho would build his defence this season but the centre-back has started every game and been integral to United with the team conceding just three times in the 893 minutes he's spent on the pitch. With eight clean sheets and eight bonus points along the way, he's been an absolute bargain for his price.
3. JONAS LOSSL | HUDDERSFIELD | 4.6M | 56PTS
Jonas Lossl has made three or more saves in six of his 11 appearances this season while keeping five clean sheets. He's ninth in terms of saves but that's a good balance between saves and clean sheets. While Rob Elliot (4.2m) is the cheapest option, Lossl is 16 points ahead of the Newcastle United custodian and only nine behind leader David de Gea (5.7m).
2. LEROY SANE | MANCHESTER CITY | 8.9M | 73PTS
After starting just once in the first five Gameweeks, Leroy Sane has rocketed up the points board to become the highest-scoring player at this point. His returns have been quite remarkable, managing five double figure hauls so far. The only reason he misses out on top spot in our countdown is because he's still not safe from Pep Guardiola's rotation policy given the wealth of attacking talent at City's disposal.
1. MOHAMED SALAH | LIVERPOOL | 9.4M | 72PTS
Consistent, reasonably priced and capable of huge hauls; Mohamed Salah is so far the best FPL asset this season. With plenty of shots and touches inside the opposition's penalty area, he's always among the goals while he's started all but one of Liverpool's league games this season.