Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo have rightfully hogged the headlines at Watford this season, but another player at the promoted club deserves praise.
Nathan Ake has impressed at Vicarage Road since joining on loan from Chelsea at the start of the season and is showing he can make it in the Premier League.
The Dutch defender has only made five senior starts during his time at Stamford Bridge, with just one of those coming in the top-flight.
However, he has started 17 times for the Hornets this term and particularly showed his worth in a 3-0 win over Liverpool.
The 21-year-old scored against the Reds, his first ever senior goal, and was solid at the back to ensure a clean sheet.
Ake averages 3.5 tackles per game, making him the sixth-most proficient tackler in the Premier League.
In contrast, the Chelsea player with the best record is Cesar Azpilicueta who averages 0.3 less tackles a match.
According to The Daily Mirror, Watford are unsurprisingly looking to sign their loanee on a permanent basis, with the tabloid reporting the Blues would accept as little as £3m for the player.
Picking up a young player who already has one good top-flight season under their belt for so cheap is a rarity and shows that Stamford Bridge is the place to go to when looking for bargains.
Chelsea are known for stockpiling as many young players as possible, with few progressing up the ranks and this allows other sides to pick up good deals.
The move for Ake wouldn’t be the first example of this, with Ryan Bertrand signing for Southampton for £10m in 2015 after a loan spell, eventually going on to make the PFA Team of the Year.
Similarly on the Saints front, Oriol Romeu was bought for only £5m this summer and has now played 30 times across all competitions for Ronald Koeman’s men.
Last season, Sunderland nabbed Patrick van Aanholt for £1.5m, before the left-back went on to establish himself as a consistent Premier League performer.
Before that, Jeffrey Bruma, a Netherlands international, was shipped out to PSV for £2.5m adding yet further evidence to the case that Chelsea is Europe’s best bargain bin.