The main role of strikers is to score goals and there are few as clinical in the Premier League as Glenn Murray.
The Brighton & Hove Albion forward is the club's top scorer with 12 goals, double the total of his nearest team-mate.
Like most strikers, Murray also creates opportunities for others. It is just that no team-mate has been able to convert one.
Murray has yet to assist a single goal this season but it is not for want of trying.
Only four team-mates have created more chances than Murray's 16, two of which were big chances
It makes him the highest-scoring player in a single season without assisting a goal since Demba Ba in 2012/13.
The Senegalese forward scored 15 goals for Newcastle United and Chelsea in that campaign without setting one up for a team-mate.
The overall record for the most Premier League goals without an assist belongs to Benni McCarthy.
The South African scored 18 goals in 2006/07, but none of his fellow Blackburn Rovers were able to convert any of the 40 chances he created for them.
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