Each week throughout the 2020-21 season, Sportsmail will bring you a Power Rankings table, listing the top-10 hottest players in the Premier League.
As the stories of the season unravel, the rankings will provide a form guide with players moving in and out of the top 10 depending on both their performances in the previous fixtures and also in recent weeks.
So, who wins a place in the first edition of the new season's Power Rankings?
10. Mateusz Klich - Leeds
Although they were beaten by Liverpool, Leeds' display at Anfield showed why teams must be wary of the threat they pose on their Premier League return.
Yes they conceded four goals but they caused the champions a number of problems and should have come away with a point at least. Klich was at the heart of that impressive display.
He was full of energy and his passing linked the midfield and attack well. The Pole also found the back of the net with a sumptuous finish to bring Marcelo Bielsa's back level for a third time in the game.
Mateusz Klich celebrates scoring his goal at Liverpool during an impressive display at Anfield
9. Tariq Lamptey - Brighton
There is a lot of hope for the 19-year-old right back and he again reminded people of the potential he has with a superb performance against Chelsea on Monday night.
Lamptey broke into the Brighton team at the back end of last season and has become a regular under Graham Potter in recent months.
He was strong in the tackle and drove forward to provide Brighton with an attacking outlet on the flank. Another talented English prospect at right back.
Tariq Lamptey showed more evidence of his class with an impressive showing against Chelsea
8. Wilfried Zaha - Crystal Palace
Still no move away from Selhurst Park for Zaha and Palace fans will be grateful for that. He was once again their match winner against Southampton on Saturday.
The Ivorian showed his composure to slot past Alex McCarthy for the winner and was a constant menace with his runs in behind. Zaha had another ruled out by VAR later on.
Palace need Zaha to be at his best in front of goal to keep them out of a relegation battle and week one was an impressive start to the season.
Wilfried Zaha was Crystal Palace's match winner once again in the victory over Southampton
Aubameyang picked up where he left off from the Community Shield win over Liverpool at the end of August with a fine goal against Fulham on Saturday.
The former Dortmund striker collected the ball on the left after a superb switch of play from Willian, then cut inside onto his stronger right foot and smashed a finish into the far corner.
He is due to sign a new contract any day now and it will be a major boost for Mikel Arteta's challenge for the Champions League places to have his star man commit his future to the club.
6. Jamie Vardy – Leicester
The winner of last season's Golden Boot showed no sign of slowing down in front of goal as he netted a brace of penalties on the opening weekend of the season.
Vardy, now 33, fired past a helpless Sam Johnstone twice from 12 yards at The Hawthorns as the Foxes ran out comfortable 3-0 winners over the newly-promoted side.
He sent the Baggies stopper the