The Premier League so far has provided viewers with great entertainment. Although we are only halfway through the season there are a number of players who perhaps are having their best seasons of their career so far.

Adama Traore

Newly promoted Wolves have clearly proved themselves to be a team that are more than capable in England’s top flight. Players like Adam Traore, who perhaps haven’t performed their best in recent seasons have definitely sharpened up. The Spanish winger has already reached double figures for assists this season whilst also netting 2 goals against Manchester City and another against Spurs. Traore’s sheer pace and power are a worry for every team and if he continues his current form Wolves should be expecting a transfer approach from bigger clubs around the world.

Jack Grealish

Aston Villa’s playmaker has already bagged 7 goals this season and has provided 5 assists for his team. Many pundits have acknowledged his leadership and contribution to the team. Some say an international call up is on the cards for the upcoming months. At still only 24 years of age, Grealish will be looking to continue his form under Dean Smith who hopes to avoid the relegation places this season.

Sadio Mane

Liverpool winger, Senegal international and Africa’s player of the year, Sadio Mané is yet again proving why many are regarding him as one of the best in recent years. With high goal contributions continuing on from last season it’s clear that he is The Reds main man for this season. With Liverpool well on their way to sealing their first league title in 30 years, Mane has played a huge part in this incredible streak Liverpool continue to extend.

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