Who would imagine getting an attacker from the highest-scoring team for £6.5m?
If he keeps up his production rate, he should approximate the output of Son Heung-Min (£9.0m).
Although goalkeepers tend to offer the best overall value, I’m looking to established players with nice price tags.
Anthony Martial (£9.0m) fits the bill, but I nominate Dominic Calvert-Lewin (£7.0m). He will lead an improved Everton side with more midfield creativity, and who will make a serious run at the top six.
Both have huge potential upside in terms of goal threat, and the price tag enables you to support them with the premium assets we all so badly want.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (£7.5m) provides the safest value, given the guarantee of a huge score for little money.
Looking elsewhere, Bukayo Saka (£5.5m) could prove great value and come in at a much higher price next season.
I'm biased but Leeds United will create plenty of chances. Rodrigo Moreno (£6.0m) is not an all-out striker but I think he could possibly be on penalties and will score around 10 goals this season. More importantly he will create lots, too.
Soucek looks like he could be great value this season, priced at just £5.0. If he can scale his returns up with his minutes across a full season, he will be the must-own budget midfielder.
It may seem daft to suggest the most expensive defender as the best-value player but, even at £7.5m, Alexander-Arnold is still fantastic value. Only three players outscored him last season.
Part 1: FPL 2020/21 Differentials: Rashford an overlooked gem
Part 2: FPL 2020/21 Differentials: Experts back Calvert-Lewin
Part 3: FPL Must-haves: Experts look to Man City duo
Part 5: FPL Summer Signings: Werner the standout for experts
Don't get caught out. GW1 deadline: 11:00 BST on 12 September. Register your team now at fantasy.premierleague.com.