The Scout looks at players expected to progress and make a big impact in 2018/19 Fantasy Premier League.
The Burnley striker can be a bargain in his second campaign in the Premier League.
Wood ended 2017/18 in strong form. Six of his 10 goals and 12 of his 20 bonus points were produced after Gameweek 28.
The New Zealand international averaged 6.1 points per match (ppm) over his final nine Gameweek appearances.
Wood was the main goal threat for the Clarets over that same period.
His 20 shots overall, 19 of which were in the box and 11 of which were on target, were all top among Burnley players.
He also had eight big chances, which ranks second only to the 12 of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Gameweek 29 onwards among FPL forwards.
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Wood was priced at £6.5m following his transfer from Leeds United last summer.
He figured in just 15 of Burnley’s opening 28 Gameweeks, never making more than five consecutive starts.
In contrast, he started seven of the final eight matches, a run that sparked his end-of-season flourish.
Burnley’s seventh place means they hope to enjoy a long UEFA Europa League campaign next season.
If Wood can avoid rotation around those European ties to cement a starting role, he can take his potential in Fantasy to another level.
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