1. Harry Kane – Tottenham Hotspur
The 21-year old Tottenham striker enjoyed a breakthrough season at White Hart Lane, scoring 31 and assisting 6 goals in his 51 appearances for the club in all competitions and winning the PFA Young Player of the Year award. Kane became the first player to score over 30 goals for Spurs since Gary Lineker in 1992. He also scored on his international debut for England in a Euro 2016 qualifying match against Lithuania after coming on as a substitute for Wayne Rooney. He gets into good positions, he is a great header of the ball and most importantly, his work rate is fantastic. If Kane continues to perform well, it won’t be a surprise to see him lead the forward line for England in Euro 2016.