21-year-old Czech Tomas Pekhart currently holds one of the most impressive records in world football.
The Jablonec striker has scored in each of his last 10 matches, scoring 14 goals in those 10 games, and leading his side to fourth place in the league.
Pekhart’s full league tally for the season is 11 goals in 15 appearances and he is the league’s second top scorer.
According to IMScouting’s efficiency report, Pekhart is the second most efficient player in the Czech league scoring every 104.6 minutes, for the full list click here.
Pekhart has also scored six goals in five appearances this season for the Czech Republic Under-21s.
And he currently holds the record for most goals overall in the U-21s – 13.
After playing for all of Czech Republic’s youth level sides, Pekhart made his full international debut this year against Turkey.
The 1.94m-tall forward was also part of Tottenham’s youth side between 2006-2008, scoring 19 goals in 20 appearances in his first season at the Tottenham academy and making a further 12 appearances for the reserves.
Pekhart then suffered an injury, which denied him a chance of improving his scoring record at Spurs and eventually led to loan spells at both Championship side Southhampton and Slavia Prague.
Pekhart joined Jablonec in January 2010, signing a three-and-a-half-year deal for an undisclosed fee, and has since then caught the eyes of many scouts.
He is described as an expert inside the box, with great technical skills for his size and very good aerial ability.