Three assists in the first four Gameweeks have highlighted the attacking potential of Tariq Lamptey (£4.7m).
With his budget-friendly price tag, he has caught the eye of many managers.
Lamptey is the third most-bought defender who costs less than £5.0m, attracting over 673,000 new owners since the start of the season.
Brighton look a new team this season and Lamptey has really caught my eye. He plays the right wing-back role and bombs forward in attack, so much so that he's been the most advanced player on some counter-attacks.
With new additions in defence like Ben White (£4.5m), you can expect returns at both ends of the pitch.
Saints look defensively solid and he also has some attacking threat, as we saw with the assist against his former club Spurs. With the exception of Gameweek 1, Walker-Peters has returned either attacking or defensive returns in all of his appearances.
No defender has created more chances than the 10 of Aaron Cresswell (£4.9m), and West Ham United have now kept back-to-back clean sheets against difficult opposition.
We've seen a reaction from Southampton with back-to-back clean sheets. Walker-Peters has shown he has a little bit of attacking threat too and he provides good value in my team at £4.5m.
Lamptey hasn't shot to the top of the charts but has looked great and his attacking prowess has brought points. Clean sheets may be added across a kinder run of fixtures.
Lamptey has been the standout for me based on his price, production and the sense that it hasn't just been a run of good luck with his end product.
Lamptey looks like he could be great value this season. He is a key attacking outlet for Brighton, getting forward at every opportunity and winning two penalties already. I expect there will be clean sheets in some of the easier fixtures to come.
Lamptey looks an absolute steal in a team that has been steadied by White at centre-back. Clean sheets and attacking points are expected.
Cresswell has produced more successful crosses than any other player this season and already has two assists. Elsewhere, Ezri Konsa (£4.6m) looks to be a great route into a solid Aston Villa defence.
They are playing with confidence and he provides a goal threat from set-pieces.
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