The Burnley forward claimed a 20-point haul in the 4-0 win, doubling his previous season-best score of 10 points.
Wood has been of huge importance to Burnley's battle to avoid relegation.
He has scored six of his 10 goals for the season, and supplied all three of his assists, in Burnley's last six matches.
West Bromwich Albion playmaker Matheus Pereira (£5.5m) has also been a major source of returns recently.
His converted penalty against Aston Villa took the midfielder’s haul to four goals, two assists and 42 points over his last four outings.
Pereira has been involved in 60 per cent of West Brom's goals since Sam Allardyce took charge in Gameweek 14.
Newcastle United pair Allan Saint-Maximin (£5.1m) and Joe Willock (£4.7m) have also hit top form.
On-loan midfielder Willock has scored in each of his last three matches but is unavailable to face parent club Arsenal in Gameweek 34.
Danny Ings (£8.4m) can also provide managers with a key source of returns if he recovers from a minor injury.
The forward has two goals and an assist over Southampton’s last three matches, equalling his season-best haul with 11 points against Burnley in Gameweek 30.
At a time when many sides have already secured their safety, pinpointing players with greater motivation could prove decisive in mini-leagues over the final five Gameweeks.
Part 1: FDR Analysis: Spurs duo key captain picks for run-in
Part 2: GW33 Bonus points: Wan-Bissaka delivers a maximum
Part 3: GW33 FPL stats: Salah on target as top captain pick
Part 4: FPL Saturday review: Rudiger the best value at Chelsea
Part 6: GW33 Lessons: Dallas vital for the run-in
Part 7: Who to target from clubs seeking safety? What the experts say