Recent years have seen a lack of genuine wide players compared to seasons past, partly down to the insistence of many clubs to play 4-2-3-1 and in turn play three creative players more comfortable centrally.
Due to these tactics the line is now blurred between when a winger becomes a forward and vice versa, so feel free to champion any player who may have been lost in a positional 'black hole'.
This list attempts to order wide men in respect of their attacking effectiveness this season, you may feel some are more 'forwards', but all of these players have mainly play wide of either an attacking trivote or a midfield four.
Let's kick things off with No.10...
UPDATE: This list now includes 11 due to the lack of a man that now appears at No.2.